Monday, March 22, 2010


Let's see-we had a giant blizzard but it was too cold to stick for more than a day or two.  I planned to nest during that time but Casper got sick and I spent a lot of time with my big boy.  He's all better now but he's a little confused as to why we all got interested in his poop and taking his temperature a zillion times.

Prissy is a little on the puny side and Daddy has the flu.  My leg still hurts, but not as bad.  I'm heading out to the stable in a bit to check on my guy.  I did send off 5 postcards this morning-I am either caught up or ahead on mailing-hope to open and scan mail tonight.

This weekend I am going to the AKC National Agility Finals with the dogs-we are practicing dog travel.  None of my dogs will be competing, but we can dream.  That is, we'll go if everyone stays sound.  Fingers crossed.


Lisa at Greenbow said...

You have such a fun weekend planned. I hope Casper recovers, Dad feels better and Prissy holds so that you can go and have a good time.

soulbrush said...

oh yes i will hold thumbs that you can all get out and have some FUN. glad the leg is on the mend. it's been a hellish time for you debs.

Mim said...

that was one hell of a fall wasn't it. hope everyone is on the mend soon.

Debra Kay said...

LOL-I honestly don't remember the fall. I was on the horse then I was in a chair asking "how did I get here and do I really have a horse?" LOL.

It's weird what you remember, I was more concerned that I fell off MY very own horse than whether or not I fell.

The paramedics were giving me grief about drugs (I know it's their job but it annoyed me) and they said "you can't be this disoriented from falling off a horse" and I said "YOU go fall off him first and tell me about it."...then he said something about what did I take to make me fall off and I giggled and said "I'm old and fat you fool."

This was not my first rodeo (LOL) and when you've been whapped on the head and you know you are addled, it's better just to go with it and laugh than to strain your brain trying to make sense of things. Getting all worked up and afraid really just makes things worse, and doesn't lend itself to colorful stories.