How often do we hear the phrase, “I got lucky” or “Good luck to you”? There are plenty more. I’m part Irish and some consider me lucky because of that “luck of the Irish”. Thankfully I do not lean on luck, but on faith and God’s grace.
“That’s a lucky cat”, my friend said when she saw this photo. Lucky in that the cat did not get stomped on by that thousand pound animal following closely curious and hoping that the cat might lead her to a full bucket of feed. The cat cared nothing about her, ignored her and led the way back to the gate, but first to the sandy spot under the tree where she rolled, shook off the dirt and darted under the gate onto the grass. She also stated how lucky I was to get up behind that horse to shoot this photo. I was yards away.
That cat has no fear of horses and often joins us outside when grooming or feeding them. She loves to be in the middle of it all. The mare is such a sweet animal; is gentle, and very easy to work with.
That is the horse’s name. She has her own story.