And a rainbow to boot. The bow was much brighter when I went out to feed the Boys last night. I dashed into the house to get the camera and by the time I was back outside, this is the faded version that greeted me. You have to look closely in the center of the picture to see it, but for the while it lasted, the rainbow was beautiful.
And so was the sunset. I treked over to the sandpit/lake across the road to get these shots. The lake is huge as you can see, and the sky matched perfectly.
The old adage was right. Today was a beautiful day. Still wet, however, with puddles all over the place, including the arena. Of course, there was the added attraction of mud everywhere, so Tucker had his own private turnout in the arena. I kept everyone out of the pasture as well, mostly again because of the mud.
But the day was sunny with enough breeze to dry things out quite a bit. It looks as if I can put all three Boys in the pasture/arena tomorrow.
I did not ride again today because I had a chiropractic adjustment. I was also approved for some physical therapy, so I'll be starting that either this week or next. Strangely, they only gave me six visits over the next 5 weeks or so, making it about 1 1/2 visits a week? Weird. But I just realized, my part time teaching job will star either the end of February or beginning of March, so if I do these six sessions and then take a break, it will be fine. It is very hard to do PT when I am teaching all day. I just don't have that two hour time slot to surrender. I'll talk to my therapists to see what they say.
I've left Tuck in for the night again. His shoe is still on. Scott called and will be coming to shoe sometime next week, so that will be good. I'm looking forward to seeing Mic, his dog, my play partner.
I didn't notice the sunset tonight. Funny how sometimes I just don't look.