Well, this is the big one. The first time away from Honey Bandit for any length of time. PTL my hubby will still be sleeping with him in case he gets stuck.
Honey Bandit has been blossoming. He is picking up a lot of coltish behavior. He loves to "pretend" to be scared of stuff. I know some of it is real, but you can tell walking him out to play that he is looking for any excuse. He arches his neck, prances and flips his tail high in the air. I think he knows that he is amazing.
Had a scare yesterday because he had been coughing every once in awhile and then had a snotty nose. He did enjoy getting us all gross when Channel 24/12 was here. I think he has a little crush on Elizabeth (Gadley), the reporter that came to do the story. He absolutely loved her. They did a nice little blip on him on the news last night. The link is:http://www.khsltv.com/content/localnews/story/Shingletown-Woman-Who-Rescued-Horse-is-Bringing/q5NZWHyGGEaQYleNCErrmQ.cspx. Honey Bandit is quite the little ham.
I was worried about him getting a cold right when I was supposed to leave. So far it looks like it was just "allergies?", as he is feeling fine today. We appreciate your support in this endeavor, as the timing is crucial. I am so glad that his story is going to stay alive, as he deserves that. After all, he is America's Poster Boy to Stop the Round-ups! Funny how life has been so crazy since we got him. You can never tell what will happen next, but I know that we need to "cowgirl up", no matter what it takes and "git er done". Thank you to those who are helping us with this latest endeavor. If you'd like to help, remember it is all tax deductible and it takes all of us to make this happen. :)
Take care and God Bless. Please pray that everything goes smoothly.
Thank you, Honey Bandit and the Gang!
Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang
30027 State Hwy 44 East
Shingletown, CA 96088
530 474 5197
p.s. Thank you auntie Nona for the fabulous blanket. Can't wait til he grows into it. (probably tomorrow - ha ha)