I have a confession to make: I have been avoiding blogging lately because I resent the next Equestrian Challenge questions. I don't really want to answer them, so I will do it quick, like ripping a band-aid off. Then we can move on to other things.
My favorite color of horse: I don't have one. Um, friendly? A friendly colored horse?
My most embarrassing moment: I am assuming they mean "with a horse" because these are supposed to be "equestrian" questions, but for the life of me I can't think of an embarrassing moment I've had with a horse. Generally I do those on my own, but horses make everything better. The moment that comes to mind is when I was wearing flip flops, sitting on a tack trunk next to my horse. It was summer and I was waiting for something, so I had taken my boots off while I waited. Honey ended up accidentally stomping on my bare pinkie toe while she was stomping flies. She had edged closer to me to be friendly, and apparently got a bit too close. My toe was fine, it hurt and bruised up but it wasn't broken. A bit embarrassing because I knew you shouldn't wear flip flops around horses but I did it anyway.
Whew! Now that those are over, what else has been going on with me? I got my haircut (finally!) and my eyebrows waxed, and I feel so much better about the general appearance of my head. I also bought some hair dye in lovely copper red that I will apply on Wednesday.
Why wait until Wednesday? I'm glad you asked! I have an informational job interview on Tuesday morning that I am absolutely psyched for, and I don't want to risk the hair color turning out badly right before the interview. For now, that is all I will say about it, I don't want to jinx anything!
Back to horse world, Rocky gave me a giant spring vet bill with all of his shots and getting his teeth floated, but he is healthy! His sister, Philly, may not be quite so healthy though. It was discovered that she has a raised ridge around her left hind foot that looks suspiciously like ringbone. The vet took x-rays of it and we should hopefully find out today what the prognosis looks like. Here's hoping it is something easily taken care of and not a life long issue- especially considering that she is only a 3 year old.