After the diet to break all diets, I am now on a diet!
My London/Bermudian friends have gone, I miss them desperately and life is boringly quickly going back to normal.
We had the best time and I loved showing Bermuda and Frizz My Shetland. I have never laughed so much and we just went on from where we left off all those years ago at our posh boarding school.
Having them to stay here in Shetland was the tonic I needed to kick me up the arse, show me the way to recovery and to remember I always have friends out there (even if it is a long while since I last saw them). Thank the Gods for Skype.
Anywho, our newbie, Anna seems to have settled in easily. Instantly one of us.
This morning, I set her the task of cleaning up some of the horses of their winter fur which needed to be brushed out.
Bless her, Anna is a hard worker. We like this and she understands BeAnne’s little ways too. As I said, one of us!
Jo popped round in the afternoon and they both went out for a ride. Haakon had lost a shoe so Jo rode Klængur while Anna rode Iacs. We will try her out on Haakon tomorrow.
Trying hard not be jealous, I pottered around the garden, playing with my camera and then I went to bed for the rest of the afternoon to sleep. I seem to have lapsed back again into resting and recuperation.
The boys are happy. Iacs has a new little friend, Bozz-Bozz, and their relationship consists of Iacs just hanging on and generally chewing him to death.
Bozz-Bozz doesn’t mind a bit. It is very sweet to watch and they think it is great sport.
Daisy wil be home shortly and then she can have her sillly-frilly back. I can’t wait. SEP = Someone Else’s Problem.