My favorite part of our new website is the testimonials page. Neither Jason or I are very good at asking for things for ourselves. We're not shy about asking for anything our residents might need, but we're terrible at asking things for ourselves. Thus, it was with great trepidation that I sent out an email asking for testimonials. I think my finger must have hovered over the send button for several minutes before I finally clicked send. The response we received from both our current clients and those whose horses have passed, was overwhelming. At times I literally cried tears of gratitude and thankfulness while reading the heartwarming words from so many people who have trusted us with their horses. The testimonials page means the world to me, and you can find it by scrolling to the bottom of the homepage or go directly to the testimonials page by clicking here.
We have also migrated all of the old posts on this blog to the new site, and the blog is now a part of the website. I'm still learning how to "drive" my new site and use the functions - it isn't hard but I trend towards being a Luddite - so for a short while my blog will remain in both places. At some point in time, I'll let you know when, the permanent homepage for this blog will be located here. For now I'll maintain both blogs while I work with my learner's permit on the new location for the blog. Hopefully I'll graduate to my driver's license shortly.
That's our "big" news from our little corner of the world.
Flyer and Gibson
Flyer, Cocomo, Romeo, Lotus (Faune is barely visible behind Romeo and Lotus)
Cocomo, Asterik and George
Cocomo, Asterik and Silver waiting for breakfast
Cisco, Rip and Grand
Bonnie and Sabrina
Timbit being groomed; no one begs for this job
Convey and Trigger playing
Moe, Homer, Hemi and Apollo
Dawn and MyLight