Her Chosen One

A brief respite today, weatherwise, so Daisy and I went to check on Lyra.

Lyra is living 4 miles down the road in a huge field with two other fillies her own age.  Since Daisy’s departure to Norway in August, I haven’t actually managed to get very near Lyra.

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For a small second I thought Lyra would not talk to Daisy either.

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She managed to be aloof for almost a whole minute, successfully making Daisy feel like a neglectful owner.

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But Daisy knows how Lyra thinks.

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And very soon, Lyra remembered that she adored Daisy above all else.

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Lyra is wintering well.  She is a very nice looking filly.

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She has a very beautiful and expressive head.

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Lyra is very similar to her mother, Vitamin, to look at in many ways (though I see so much of Indy’s cheeky personality in Vitamin – now she really knows how to work the system).

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So that is us for another year.  I hope you have enjoyed the Blog this year as much as I have enjoyed writing it.  Never a chore (well, hardly ever).

 💖 💥 ✨ 💫🎈 🎊  🎉 Happy New Year  🎉 🎊 🎈 💫 ✨ 💥 💖

“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened”

Anatole France

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13 thoughts on “Her Chosen One

  1. Sandy

    Thanks for such a terrific blog! I enjoy reading it every day! Happy to New Year to all of you at Thordale! My sheep, horses and dogs send greetings as well!

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  2. Wendy from NY

    I check in every day! I really enjoy reading about your animals and hearing how much you love them. Happy New Year to you all!

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  3. Peter Mehlin

    Happy New Year to you all and thank you for sharing your life with all those wonderful photographs.
    Cheers, Peter

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