Body Work Edition

  1. It’s Taco Tuesday!
  2. Taco Tuesday special report:
  3. Back in the day, I was a racehorse.
  4. To graze, or not to graze: that is the question
  5. It’s a miracle, I tell you, a miracle!
  6. The fine art of accepting treats from your human
  7. They called me the Cat Burglar
  8. Overall, the food here is very good.
  9. Inquiring minds want to know
  10. Housekeeping
  11. The new guy moves in
  12. Happy Vaccination Day
  13. Malfunctioning fly sheet edition
  14. The great escape
  15. Dog Days of Summer
  16. Down and Dirty
  17. The Quiet One
  18. Forest Monsters
  19. When the Farrier Comes
  20. Mealtime manner
  21. Happy Hour
  22. A day in the life.
  23. The Walking Wounded
  24. Friends
  25. Ginger the racing pony
  26. Those Dangerous Cows and the Gate
  27. Drunken sailor and the pregnant lady
  28. How to eat hay 101
  29. Fly-free at last
  30. Body Work Edition
  31. Rainy days and dry stalls
  32. The dream galloping edition!
  33. Where did Mocha go?
  34. Water
  35. Flying squirrels and giant lizards
  36. Leo came to town
  37. It’s Taco Tuesday again!

Talk about pampered. I got a full body massage yesterday and was it ever nice. Ummm, mmm, mmm… I feel like a new man.

It started off as just a normal day at the resort. I had finished my breakfast and was enjoying some hay on the patio when I noticed a strange car pull up the driveway. We don’t get many visitors—the occasional delivery truck and the farrier, but that is about it—so I was interested to see who it was. She didn’t smell like the vet, I thought. I was intrigued so I hung my head over the stall door and watched.

Oreo was already in the cross ties, the Short One had just finished vacuuming him. I have to tell you, he needed that vacuuming. That boy sure knows how to wallow in the mud!

The lady came in and she obviously knew Oreo. They had quite the discussion, catching up like long lost friends. I was a bit jealous when I realized he was getting a massage. That young whippersnapper gets all the attention. I got a little pouty and went back to my hay.

Shortly thereafter my mom appears. It is odd for her to visit so early in the morning. She came with a handful of carrots, so I was very happy to see her. Next thing I know, she has me out in the barn aisle and now I’m the one who is getting a good vacuuming. Could it be? I wondered. Am I getting a message too?

And sure enough, I was next! Nichole from Equi-Librium Therapy introduced herself. She was a very nice lady and seemed to understand exactly how to realign my poor shoulder and work those sore spots out of my back.

When you get a massage you can’t fight it, you just have to let go and relax, so I did. My mom is just the best!

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! My advice to you is to do something nice for someone you love.

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