Josie is our dear friend's Dog - when she was a puppy would jump and terrify Maggie - now she is almost a year and has figured out maggie is a food dropping machine. Maggie is Josie's meal ticket, seconds on dessert and snacking whenever she wants :)
Maggie loves OT mostly because for her it's mostly playing, music and more playing. She is oblivious to that fact it's all benefitting her. She looks like she's playing with shaving cream when in fact there are all sorts of techniques and studies that go behind each of the many things she does each session.
A little messy but completely worthwhile
Twice a Week Maggie gets her fill of Horses and I get to see her completely happy. I have this old book called 'A Very Young Rider' and it's filled with all theses photos of her at practice and on the sidelines and cleaning and caring for her horse and there are several in there where the girl looks like this...
anxiously waiting for her turn and chomping at the bit (pun intended) but patience is hard and waiting well...
Oh look an airplane ... attention lost but just for a brief second
when she leans over to hug and kiss the horses mane she looks like she has the same posture as when a rider is about to jump... little equestrian princess
While I sat and waited I looked up and thought - Beautiful Toy Story Clouds - and a lovely 80 degrees, perfect!