Today, I was going to extoll the virtues of Edna and her love of the 3rd breakfast (I took photos and everyfink), but I was diverted.
Dreki comes in every day for training. I am still avidly following and reading the Michael Peace method of Think Equus and it works for us both very well.
We are still removing the drama of the llama. It is also still work-in-progress. I forget that while Dreki looks like his father (Taktur, the most un-drama llama in the world), he is also half Brá as well, who is the very definition of the Llama of Drama (and yes, with capitals).
After llama removal, I put Dreki back in his field, had a quick grope of his ears and forelock (a stupid bridle issue) and told him to go back to his father, while I went to take photos of the sheep.
So, here we are ….. The Sheep.
And Madge in the far distance (she is so unsociable).
Harrel and Maggie came up to see me.
And then suddenly they ran away.
I turned to see the reason. I was being followed.
Dreki was determined to follow me.
And it was somewhat of a surprise. He never follows me – not even after a good 45 minutes workout for both of us. So perhaps this means we have a relationship.
I wandered off to find some sheep to take photos of and Dreki just stood and looked magnificent.
And then suddenly he turned around and cantered off.
He wanted to find his dad.
Tomorrow I will bore you about Edna and her love of breakfasts.