As the weather warms up and I'm getting around a little better nowadays, I open my back door and look longingly at the horses in their barn. It's such a long, treacherous way when you've only got one good leg. I still cannot put any weight on my broken leg and it's an uneven gravel path that I don't know if the wheelchair can even do.
But my daughter was an angel and brought Nadia over to me!
At first, Nadia was a little curious about my metal contraption but really just preferred to blow horse snot all over me.
I am supposed to sit with my bad leg up in the air but the darn wheelchair leg extender refuses to cooperate sometimes. I think Nadia was trying to help.
I had thoughts of riding Nadia out to the barn but decided against it, this time. She was shedding a lot and I'm not able to take full baths yet. I wasn't too keen on getting all dirty, not with my leg in bandages. Still, that might be my best way to get over there. Getting off again would be the hardest part, wouldn't it?
We both enjoyed the warm afternoon sun and the little bit of grass beginning to grow.
Thank goodness for zoom lenses!
Mother's Day came a day early for me!