The good news continues (yay!). She drank water this morning. She seems to be handling everything well. The path out of the woods continues to brighten.

She has been pawing whenever she comes back in from being outside — but it is out of boredom/pissiness rather than pain. She wants to go back outside and is tired of being in the stall. Her vet said that she will be able to graze tomorrow morning, and that will help her attitude tremendously. She may also get some grain tomorrow.

Yay! I almost asked him when he thought she might be able to come home. He told me not to ask him that until tomorrow after she has been eating. He didn’t want to jinx it. =)

The only bad thing is that the incision site has a minor infection. Apparently it’s in not topica. He’s going to take her off of the antibiotics to let the infection come to a head and drain. After that she’ll be back on the antibioitics to finish getting it out of her system.

(vast relief)

The bank visit this morning was also good. Hopefully the financial aspects are all settled (unless something else happens, but let’s not go there).

Categories: Horses

Kim (Ceffyl)

Writing rider.


Isquiesque · August 31, 2006 at 19:49

Phew – glad the financial bits are working out. I was really worried about that, but then, I knew nothing really mattered nearly so much as the mare, so I didn’t ask. 😉 Glad things are coming together more and more.

And the only reason I don’t like wordpress sites is I never know when you reply to a comment… grr. Any way to make it do that?

Ceffyl Aedui · September 4, 2006 at 21:43

Actually, there are some plug-ins available that let users subscribe both to posts and comments. I’ll install them now so hopefully they will work. =)

The admin accounts for WP do have the feature of being able to receive email notifications whenever a new post or comment is added. I’m surprised that same feature isn’t included for users. You’d think it would be. I’ll see what I can do to correct that.

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