I've also been trying (!!) to eat healthier, and not at night when possible, ate smoothies as often as I could, and when not- fruits;
I've been making a habit lately, and I don't know if it is ok, but I've been more and more at my neighbour's- Tunde, who's been cooking great meals, as this duck with orange sauce:
I've been also playing alot with Baby, whom I just realized is the doggie I can't afford to have right now:
|the froggy style|
I've also been riding this weekend, but my results are hardly to be seen, as I could't trot... here we are waiting inpatiently for our turn:
and here I am on Tamisa:
...but, as I've said, it's not the horse's fault that I didn't really exercise yesterday...I am just glad that I understood her and we really got along very well when walking peacefully, she's really a listening girl! It did me good, although for the moment I was so dissapointed that poor Tunde didn't know what to tell me to make me feel better. But, as usual, I found the good part of the affair, as Tamisa really showed me what a good horse can be like, and I liked it soooo much to be able to steer to the left or right whenever I wanted! I must say Mary is a looker, but she can't teach me too much in this begginner state I'm in right now; so I need a horse like Tamisa to teach me. Too bad she's not comfortable with the cord, but next time I'll be more careful and ask for one who is, or maybe if I had ridden her first she would have listened...
I was talking to Tunde last night and she said that it would probably take about a year untill I would be able to make a horse trot well enough as to be left to do it freely; well I don't know what to say, but I am decided to give it a better try next time!
All in all, we all had a wonderful Sunday, we were at Herneacova at about 11.30 am, and left after 3.00 pm, that's about half a day spent among horses and I enjoyed it alot! As we all did. It's really so fascinating to see that we started only 3, then we were 5 and now we were 8 visitors. Of course, we were only 5 girls to really ride, but I have to say the virus is spread! I know I can't go back now, my only option is now to ride, and ride, and then ride some more! It's really funny that, after just watching the horses for a few turns, yesterday we all fed them all! from first to last, each horsie received at least a few treats! And we almost know every horse and can recognize them! I just feel guilty that there were some horses we left out, but next time I promised myself I would give them attention also, as now I've realized that they can be jealous, they have such humaine feelings! It's almost scary! I just found out that these 3 girls
They also have a miniature horse there, I am just so sad I don't have a picture of him! We totally forgot to visit him and the 3 young girls above! We were to busy rubbing Mary, Tjikke, Adonis, Nona, Silvestru, Tamisa, Carina, Louis and Cezar, so we forgot for about 4 hours that there was a world outside Herneacova's stables!!!!
Well, that'a about all I've been up to; I hope I did't bore you to death with all my equine details; as for future plans, I am waiting for a better weather, I really miss my bike, and all the brown grass ouside my office window makes me sad! I want Spring!!!! I just couldn't resist posting this:
Thank you so much for reading! Bisous!