Speaking of decisions, can you decide on what these are?
Before I forget, I want to respond to Rose and Emma, who asked about the sunburn/rashy thing Lilly gets on her nose. Rose, I am not sure what it is. Lilly doesn't have much of it now, so I couldn't post a good picture of it. But when she does have it, it is crusty and looks like it is uncomfortable. It only appears in the summer and it is on her nostrils where her skin is PINK. So I always think it is sunburn. But Bill thinks it is a fungus because it really is only on the pink part of her nose that is down in the grass when she is nibbling. I can tell you this: when I apply the Fungasol, it clears up! So I think Bill may be right. Fungasol can be purchased at any online horse place. Here is a link to more info: Just click here for info!
After coming up that hill, it is always carrot time!
Are you ready for the identification of those things up there? They are hooks to pull your riding boots on!
Finally, I'd like to end with a picture I took while checking on the horses at the BP:
On that note, I hope this week you discover opportunities in the not so obvious places and that they help you see something wild and glorious.