#1 here. I am back home earlier than planned following a rather frightening accident in which a crazy horse barrelled right into me at a canter and sent me flying. The end result is a lot of bruising and a badly sprained right ankle. It could have been a lot, lot worse, so I am thankful for that. I managed to drive the two and a half hours home yesterday afternoon before it got too bad. Ollie is with Mr. G and family as there is no way I can walk him. I am RICE-ing, and this too shall pass, but in the interim, the blog will go into hiatus for a few days.
Oh #1, that is awful! I am so sorry for your pain and what a fright you must have got. I hope that you can rest and mend well. xxReplyDelete
I am so sorry to hear this but glad you weren't more seriously hurt, although your injuries sound very painful. I hope you soon start to feel better, but it might be an idea to have your ankle Xrayed in case anything is broken.ReplyDelete
Prayers for quick healing!ReplyDelete
Take care #1, sending healing purrs.ReplyDelete
Time for Tama-Chan and Benny to drape themselves on your booboo and PURR!ReplyDelete
Hope you are better soon.
We are so wishing and sending many healing Heeler vibes to #1 -ReplyDelete
Those horse doggies can be KHRAZY!
Willow and Phyll
We're so sorry to hear that you got injured. Our paws are crossed that you feel better soon. How nice that your friends can care for Ollie for you, too.ReplyDelete
so very sorry to hear this, glad it was not as bad as it could have been. I have a friend who has a riding business, they have 12 horses, mule and donkeys. she has been injured badly twice from one of her horses. when hit by a 1000 pound of horse flesh you are blessed to not have broken bones. prayers for a quick healingReplyDelete
We hope you are feeling all better super soon, hugs from us.ReplyDelete
Gosh ! COnsidering the size of the horses you work with, it soiunds like you were very lucky ! We send purrayers and POTP to help you heal . The frequency of a cat's [urr is said to help heal bones and muscles and tendons.ReplyDelete
Yikes! That must have hurt! Glad you made it home and can relax.ReplyDelete
Hope this will not affect the results of your course.
Purrs, Julie and the mum,Nancy
Heal quickly, #1! Good thing you have Benny and Tama-Chan to nurse you while you're down. Sending purrs of my own, too. ~ErnieReplyDelete
Oh no! I'm sorry you were hurt, but am glad it wasn't worse. RICE is the way to go. Take it easy and I hope you feel better soon.ReplyDelete
Ouch! You are right, we're glad it wasn't worse. I hope it heals quickly, and since you know what to do to take care of it, I'm sure it will!ReplyDelete
Oh dear- we, too, are soooo glad it wasn't much worse, but we're sure that drive must've been excruciating by the time you got home! Get your rest, get better, and we'll see you when you resume blogging.ReplyDelete
Ouch, ouch, ouch!! It's frightening that this could have been worse. It calls for the application of two warm cats. Wishing you a speedy recovery.ReplyDelete