Tuesday, May 8, 2012

2 more days.

You know when you make a decision, and you feel in your heart that it's the right decision....but then you start questioning those decisions.

Denali leaves on Thursday.

I am really happy that she will be with someone who knows horses, and she will have room to stretch those long legs of hers. I think I started to have my mini-meltdown-panic-attack when I saw a photo of a horse in a local kill pen. She could be Denali's twin.

Poor baby. :0(
:0(

I am so afraid that she will end up back in a kill pen, hungry and scared, or worse. I know that's the risk when you sell a horse. I get that. I told someone I have a contract, and it's pretty full proof, but still. If you own horses, know anything about horses, you know that contracts are not everything. Part of my problem is that I am the Queen of Anxiety. Maybe I need a cape.




We'll see if I can make it through this without some sort of psychological breakdown. I think I have pretty good intuition, and I feel good about the home she's going to. I will feel better once I go visit her. At least that's what I keep telling myself!

5 comments:

Erica said...

I will join your team of anxiety superheros!

On the Denali front, just remember that you are doing the best thing for you and her. You have done everything right there is no reason to believe that this new home will not be awesome for Denali!

The Fullers said...

Yes a cape! :)

Sounds like you have found a great home and situation for your pony. Go visit lots and it will be all good :)

Theresa said...

I think if they are welcoming you to visit her, that is a good sign. I had a story you don't want to hear now, but it turned out OK. Point is, if they welcome your visit, you can bet they will take care of her. Schedule the visit now, you'll feel better :-)

SprinklerBandit said...

:-) Happy thoughts for both of you.

achieve1dream said...

LOL! Love the cartoon. That me too.

D will be fine! It's natural to worry about her, but I think you'll be fine once you visit her and see how happy she is. Just hang in there. You have all of us for support if you need it (well I'm a little late, sorry I got so far behind).