January started out pretty great since I was in Florida. I got to meet up with Devon and it was my first official blogger meet up! Even if it was just the two of us.
About a week later Jorge my new truck arrived just in time (as in, the middle of a snow storm).
I bought some stuff. Cause I have no self control.
February I actually got to ride my horses at home a couple of times before more snow came. And I started making these fun bracelets. I now have a gazillion of them.
March started off with a hivey horse (Jamp) and a pukey pup (Pia). Fortunately both were fixed up pretty quickly. Pia and I started taking the same stomach medicine. Cause we're both old.
I didn't buy too much stuff... but I did get these awesome spurs.
April was kind of busy. The horses got back to work.
May was kind of a bummer. The horses all had vet work done where we learned that Romey had an old break in his leg. Rio was diagnosed as being old (but otherwise hanging in!) and Jampy kind of had the same diagnosis as Rio. Old, but serviceable. He also had a quick bout with EPM, but we nipped that in the bud real quick.
I also bought some things....
June was stupid busy, but only partially with horse stuff. The month started off with my 15th college reunion up in Saratoga. I had such a fun weekend and even got to ride my friend's horse while I was up there!
July is when Romey decided he wanted to be a stationary hony and I decided I needed to find him a new home.
August brought Romey back to Kentucky which was a bittersweet time for me and probably him too.
I won a gigantic Unicorn (kind of) which still hasn't found a permanent home but is residing on my couch.
And I bought a new show coat even though I don't show anymore.
September brought more "big for us" jumps with Jampy
Rainbow colors in unexpected places
October was our second family trip to Nantucket for the year.
November started off pretty exciting when my new to me saddle arrived!
December has been busy, but sadly, not very busy with horses. It started out with a trip to Florida to see Badger and the boat parade.