Yesterday a friend of ours stopped by and he helped me worm her. I haven't seen anymore worms in her poo. Actually it's normal for horses to have some worms since they usually are on the blades of grass and such. Since I haven't had a horse in 4 years I was a bit nervous to try myself and there's no telling when Dave would be able to help since he's ALWAYS working. He was home by 6:30 so we could eat together and I could take the older kids outside. I know he loves this new position and the money is nice but the more he comes home late, the more frustrated I get. I'm sure I'll be fine, it's just going to take awhile to get used to. I really wonder how this will all work with school starting and when we start 4H, Girl Scouts, and Gymnastics again. Soccer starts in September too. School starts for Alex in less than a week! Yippee!
(pointing at a toad)
Every toad we see now I'm instantly reminded of Hannah. I'll never forget her that's for sure. There are a few hundred on our property, so how could I? We have some the size of saucers in our barn. It's crazy how big they can actually get. Thankfully no huge bullsnakes were found on this evening. lol But we did find the perfect spiderweb in the grass collecting dew. The kids thought that was pretty neat. There's actually a spider in there somewhere......
But the most fun of the evening is watching the kids faces light up when playing with Echo. She like a big ol' puppy dog wanting to nuzzle and be pet. They are in awe when petting and playing with her. You can see Damien just waiting for her to swoop back down to his level so he can pet her nose.