A Visit to the Farm
I truly want to foster animals when I move to Kentucky, so today I spent some time in Maple Park on the farm. I needed to see if my allergies would flare, when I was in a barn or around horses. I am so happy that I didn’t react. A big thank you to Dr. James Lee for finding Judy and her wonderful animals for me. I am so happy and relieved that it all worked out well.
|I passed this co-op on my way out to the farm
|There's the farm in the distance
Oops- driving and photographing!
|This is the horse I brushed, groomed, and
rub my face on to see how I
would react. He was a sweet old guy.
|Wearing my old oversized clothes and coat doesn't
make for a good picture - but I ended up covered
in horse hair, so it was a good choice.
|You will notice I was talking to Judy the entire
photo time, but here I was sharing my love
with this beautiful horse.
|Tall, dark, and beautiful
|I was literally surrounded by horses,
and loved every minute of it.
|I could have stayed there all day.
|This one snuck up behind me
|Aren't they amazing?
|Jeez Louise! I love them all!
|I think my hair smelled good.
|The one I am petting is young.
|I love the stalls. Judy's family is the
fifth generation on this farm.
The stalls are so awesome.
|They also had four dogs, so I took
this picture on my way to the car.
My Gorgeous Girls
I love this plaque that I saw on the wall at the Veterinary Clinic. It is a reminder that our pets are with us forever, even in Heaven. I believe that even if I have never read it in the Bible. I think I believe this because I need to think and believe that I will be reunited with all of my girls when I get to Heaven.