Back in the dorm, and I know I promised pictures, but I'm just too worn out to post any tonight >.<
So yesterday, went to see some of my mom's friends/relatives I should have had instead of the ones I actually do have. Anyway, we had a great time visiting with them, though my back could have done without the 6 hours of driving (there & back). It's hurting a bit, especially with the additional 2 hours I did today. You'll be happy to know that I got some good pictures of Lucky & Renji though, and I got another good shot today of Poco, but more on that in a little bit.
It's always hard to leave my home after a weekend there. Lucky is silently begging me not to go, Renji avoids me for most of the day, and I know it's hard on my mom as well, not to mention how hard it is on me to leave them again. I do need the extra schooling though, especially in today's society. I've decided to visit the Career Center on campus and talk to one of my professor's this week about how to go about trying to write a cover letter to a company in an area that I'm interested in, but may not have the experience that they want.
Anyway, I'm back in the dorm, Merlin & Dragoon are doing fine. Granted, Merlin flared at me, but that's normal
. I fed them an extra pellet for dinner, and I could tell they both appreciated it. Very happy to see them. As I told Lucky-if I could, I'd go get the betta boys and come back home, but I can't! Poor Lucky, he couldn't believe I was leaving without him! He actually went to the door and looked back at me as I was walking towards the door as if to say, "Okay, I'm ready. I'm coming with!" Dog made me feel so bad
I did see the horses before I really left to head back to the dorms. I groomed Poco, getting to know him better based on his ground manners, and I'll say it again-GENTLEST. HORSE. EVER! Or at least that I've met
. When I was grooming him, he would lift up his back legs to let me know that he didn't like something, I'd stop, he'd put the back leg down, and then I'd continue, typically using less pressure, or taking it slower and he'd be fine! Such a lovable horse! The only problem I can see so far is that when he's left alone, he get's into mischief, like trying to untie himself from the hitching rail! Otherwise, he's a good horse and I really hope he continues to heal!
Um...yeah! So hopefully pictures tomorrow, sorry that they're not up today! Hope everyone has a great week!