Well, it isn't that exciting, unless you are as anxious about Crazy Horse as I am.... Today, folks, he followed me. He pivoted on his fore to keep his head next to me, not just sneaking up on me from behind. He put his head into my space and accepted vigorous petting, too. Maybe he is channelling the mare, who always had her big nose into everything.
To me, this is a big, welcome surprise. Yay for Gib! I rewarded him with dinner and lots of affection.
Another welcome surprise: even though we have had inches and inches of rain, my garden is not washed away. I am absolutely stunned and happy. Also, I sold 7 dozen eggs today.
Off to cook dinner (potatoes, cabbage, and kielbasa) and to check on homework status, while pondering the truly graphic videos they showed at mandatory parent night at Driver's Ed and rethinking the whole teen driver thing, while I am at it. Hmmm....He did roll his eyes when I told him that he might have to wait until he is 30....
My dad's email sig says "If you can read this, thank a teacher." I couldn't resist; I said, "You're welcome" today - although it is a little impertinent, as he is one of the adults who taught ME to read!
Have a good middle of the week, everyone. Three more days until Spring Break, thank the very good Lord!