Saturday, November 14, 2009

My Illicet Affair....

The first thing I need to make clear in this Horsie Post is that, yes, as some of you have commented, Illicit Affair IS thin and not looking his best. He was injured some months ago, and only recently acquired by HorseTrainer Mel.

His back was hurt, but he is getting the best care from not only Mel, but Vet and Horse Chiropractor (Who knew?) and he is expected to make a full recovery. He gets lots of arena work on the floor, but no one is currently riding him.

Horsetrainer Mel (@melhorsetrainer on Twitter) has been my friend for a LOT of years. I've gone in and out of riding, and followed her from Stable to Stable, finally ending up with her at her current place, which I must say is the BEST ever. I love the people there. No Snoots, which, as anyone who has been around show horses know, is a hazard of the trade. At this Stable, there is no attitude, if you are kind and love horses, you're in.

Mel is one of the people in this world who has found out EXACTLY what she is meant to be doing, and is doing it. Like Boss with writing, or AFP with music. There simply isn't any other option. She's that good, REALLY that good and the horses she owns, and the ones she trains kind of won the Horsie Lottery.

I should mention too, that I don't own my horses, they are all hers. They come to her. People give them to her, so they will have a good home and care. I pay a lease fee monthly, and ride whomever Mel feels I am ready for. She has taught me everything I know. I've wanted to ride since I knew there were horses, and never had a chance before I met her.

I've been thru a few horses now, with her, especially this past year. I've been fond of them, I love riding, being around horses, stables, and the people, but I always had this nagging feeling that I wasn't connected with them. The horses, not the people. I didn't LOVE them or feel the passion that horses people feel for their special horses. Always sort of had the thought that they were nice, but they sure as heck weren't BENGALS, and didn't have that same depth of feeling or communication.

Until I met this guy.

First horse I have LOVED. No idea why, start a few weeks ago. Noticed him right away. He noticed me. He comes right up to me when I go to the pasture for Anna Montana, my current horse. He tells me things. Not kidding. About how he is feeling. What's going on. That he is really happy to see me. I don't know if it is HIM and he is like that with everyone or not, but it got my heart. HE got into my heart. There's a spirit to him I haven't felt before.

His call name is, sadly, Spot. I've already told Mel that NEEDS to be changed, and she needs to pick out something better. I can't be in love with a horse called SPOT. It's NOT him. Like Bengal Luka, (Formerly Lear) wrong name.

He can't be rode yet, and certainly when he can be rode, it will need to be with someone a lot better than me, (and lighter, talk about diet INCENTIVE) to start with.

Doesn't change anything.

The heart knows. And I sure do love this horse.

Love and Horses,


At 11:58 Blogger dabbler said...

WOW! Never been first before...

Hooray for love!

At 12:00 Blogger dabbler said...

And, now, unfortunately, sadder stuff. The local SPCA and a no kill shelter groups called PALS ( just took 115 cats, mainly purebred, from a woman about two miles from me. See the story here:

Don't know if there were any Bengals, but I will find out.

At 12:00 Blogger Ali Trotta said...

I know exactly what you mean. There's just a connection. The exact thing happened to me. I had to wait, too, because my horse had been mistreated (he was a rescue). He needed a lot of work and care (the poor thing didn't even know what a carrot was). By the time I got to ride him, we were quite bonded, and he'd do anything for me.

Thanks for sharing, Lorraine! :-)

At 12:01 Blogger DataGoddess said...

He is a pretty boy, love his ears! And I bet you're the only one he comes over to and talks to, because he knows you're a good listener when it comes to animals, especially those who have had challenges in their past.

Can't wait to see him blossom!

At 12:02 Blogger Jane said...

Love in all ways, wonderful to hear about it.

At 12:05 Blogger Precision Grace said...

That's wonderful! I'm personally very weary of horses but they are so sociable and always want to come over and talk when i pass by (lots of paddocks around where I live). I met some horses recently when their owner was exercising them and the big mare just took shine to me and every time I pass she comes over and wants to talk but I'm never sure I know what she is saying. She always strikes me as a bit upset with everything. This last time I actually offered her my hand to sniff (usually I keep my distance) and she huffed into it but didn't seem interested in letting me pet her. Don't really understand horse language but what interaction I've had, they strike me incredibly people like.

Yay for people who care about horses and all animals and specially your friend who found her true calling and Q finding her special friend.

At 12:11 Blogger Marjorie said...

Happy to hear you have found your horsie-soulmate, Q. And it sounds as though he has finally found the right place to be, too. All horses need someone like Mel (and cats need someone like you)

I hope he continues to improve and thet you and he enjoy getting to know each other better.

It's been a wild a stormy day here - lots of trees losing branches, and it's been far to wet and wild to go out (except for brief time this morning, to walk down to the Dr to get my piggy & 'normal' flu jabs.)

going to see JoCo & Paul & Storm tomorrow eveinf - getting very excited about it now.

At 12:20 Blogger Precision Grace said...

I've just found this link, it's the website of the 'Horse Whisperer' and it has these games you play with your horse to get to know him. How cool

At 12:22 Blogger spacedlaw said...

It must be an effect of your heart's tender spot (!) for animals in distress...

Love the picture of Mel with the horse.

Awww, the poor kitties, Dabbler!

At 12:25 Blogger Unknown said...

He's so lovely, and very lucky to be there. I've loved horses since I was very young, even rode before I was born (via my mother riding while pregnant, lol). Even with all the horses I've met, ridden, trained, healed and loved, very few have completely captured my heart. Its a breathtaking thing, so I totally get how you're feeling about IA, and it warms my heart to hear about it.

The barn sounds lovely. I know what you mean about people being snotty & whatnot.

I was thinking that the call name Iago might be interesting, since it combines the first two initials of his name. Of course, he was a deceptive bugger, but also a good soldier - two sides to every coin.

Well, keep us posted as to his recovery and name.


At 12:31 Blogger Unknown said...

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At 12:32 Blogger Unknown said...

My profile on the post above may show up as writerwrenee, but I'm @trainerr on Twitter. Just thought I'd mention since you'd replied to a twitter comment I made about Illicit Affair's picture yesterday.


At 12:34 Blogger Chantrelle said...

You have an incredible connection with animals. I am continually amazed by it. Looks like he may be your Horsie-Magic!

There's a state park/ranch here where you can hike, bike, etc but it's still a functioning farm and ranch and has the old farm-house and everything (recently restored). They have HUGE draft horses that are gorgeous, majestic creatures. If you ever come this way, Lorraine, we'll have to go say Hi to them.

Hung out with Amacker at the radio station yesterday and she interviewed me about FoodPorn on-air. It was so fun! Almost forgot people were listening, we were just chatting w/ mics in our faces. We have so many overlapping circles of friends! It's crazy.She said she'll get that zip line installed ;-)
We'll probably do another interview before Christmas to talk Christmas-Foodporn.

I guess I should head toward the shower at some point...lazy saturday. I made frittata and told ben it was almost ready and he said, "Not frittata! It's not sunday!!" Heh...can't go to food church on saturday?

At 12:35 Blogger Na said...


At 12:41 Anonymous Lysandwr said...

Horses, like cats, choose you. At least when they are left free to do so. I am convinced of this. Good fortune to IA (Ianto, maybe? For us Torchwooders?) in his healing and all around future.

Chantrelle--slap me! I TOTALLY meant to ask you to pass on Holas to my evol twin. Yesterday became a "school is my world, and my world is school" day. Required gin upon coming home. Then sleep. note to you. Darn.

That said, glad you had such a good *and* productive time (one of her superpowers--making productive time seriously entertaining) and btw how about you try to get a transcript and post it on FoodPorn for the rest of us?

At 12:44 Blogger Chantrelle said...

I just emailed Amacker this morning asking if it's ok if i post a transcript on foodporn (it should be but i wanted to make sure)

At 12:54 Blogger FabulousLorraine said...

Thanks all! IA is a pretty special horse, I do love him. It has kind of opened up a whole new thing for me. Very different.

Mel is the best. I am pretty darn lucky.

Dabbler, that is very sad, that someone with the best intentions ended up so badly.

Chantrelle, glad you and Amacker had fun, but I am not CONVINCED what Boss needs in his life is a zip line.

At 12:56 Blogger Chantrelle said...

LOL! I'm not convinced she'll ever actually get it installed! She's mentioned it almost every time I've seen her the last few years.

I got jokingly razzed for my lack of content on my Lebanese section of foodporn. Anyone have any recipes I could try out for that page?
I'm a famous radio-star now, i need content ;-)

At 12:59 Blogger Jess said...

What a sweet face he has. Not Spot is a lovely horse! And everyone knows what a lovely horse calls for. ;)

Hee hee, Chantrelle! Food church.

Had one of them thar Tiny Readings last night. It was a good one--great group, really friendly atomsphere. Mercifully, and for the first time, ever, no one shouted at me to speak up while I was in mid-sentence. Mr. Jess also came to listen for the first time, which made me nervous but happy. He gestured for me to speak up a few times, but he didn't yell. So that's all right. He also smiled a lot while I was up there, which made the whole night worth it.

Happy Saturday!

At 13:58 Blogger Na said...

Jess \o/

aaaaand *tick*

At 15:57 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Perhaps Skelly would like to go for a ride when Illicit Affair feels a bit better.

At 15:58 Blogger Phiala said...

I have made a great deal of progress on the feeding-100-people project: menu, schedule and task list, shopping list. There will be lots of food. 35 lb of beef, 20 lb chicken, 5 lb rice, 5 lb cracked wheat, 3 stockpots of soup, 40 loaves of bread... Yikes!

Nothing to do with horses, sorry.

At 16:01 Blogger Dragonsally said...

I love the thought you'ce found your horsie mate Lorraine, he looks like he will blossom.

At 16:05 Blogger Jess said...

Na :)

Phiala, is this to be a bigger version of the medieval dinner thing?

At 16:14 Blogger Phiala said...

Jess, the medieval dinner thing was test-cooking a few of the recipes on a small scale. The real thing is food for a weekend, Friday dinner thru Sunday breakfast, with 110 planned for lunch on Saturday and a full medieval dinner for 70 on Saturday evening.

You see why I'm freaking out a bit about it, right???

At 16:16 Blogger Dragonsally said...

Phew, I feel exhausted just thinking about that Phiala.

At 16:18 Blogger Phiala said...

You and me both, Sally!

This is the seventh time we've run this weekend thingie. Usually, there are 3 people in charge:
Class coordinator: me
Reservations and site supervision: someone else
Head cook: someone else.

I can do jobs 1 and 2 simultaneously, though it's a lot of work. This year I'm stuck doing jobs 1 and 3, which is insane. And yet... it was that, or cancel the whole thing.

At 16:33 Blogger Jess said...

Phiala - That's a big event, all right! Sounds fab. :)

(Still thinking about coming out for JoCo et al in December?)

At 16:38 Blogger Siri said...

Everyone needs a zipline....

At 18:21 Blogger EmilyLady said...

That's really wonderful. And I hope things get better for "Spot" soon.

At 18:47 Blogger Precision Grace said...

I meant to ask earlier - how did horsie hurt his back?

(and Spot so isn't his name)

At 18:54 Blogger FabulousLorraine said...

RE: JonCo

GO to his show with Paul and Storm. You WILL love it. TRUST me on this one, you do not want to miss this....

There. That is my wisdom.

At 18:56 Blogger Phiala said...

If it were closer, I'd definitely be there. It's really just the 3 hours from home thing. And the part where I'm incredibly focused on this weekend and haven't made any plans beyond that.

At 18:57 Blogger dabbler said...

Love that last picture with the big soft brown eye....

Phiala, you so need help. Can you at least shanghai lots of sous-chefs, and provisioners, so you don't have to do all the shopping and schlepping? When does this go down? I'm figuring you're stuck with the two jobs because you are good at them, always dangerous in a volunteer organization. Perhaps dramatic waving of Nick's elegant cutlery might help convince other to assist? Of course, it won't work for the armored ones.

At 19:03 Blogger rayvyn2k said...

He is gorgeous! Does he have Arabian in his genes?

So very jealous! I wish there was a place around here where I could ride.

Thanks for the pics.

At 19:08 Blogger Phiala said...

Dabbler, I have some help, hopefully enough. No provisioners - I'm doing all the planning and shopping. I should have prep help on Thursday and Friday, a couple people on Saturday, and some dishwashers Saturday evening.

I planned a simple menu (no really!). It can't be that simple if you need to make 70-100 people happy. And quite a bit can be done ahead of time.


At 19:09 Blogger Dan Guy said...


At 19:12 Blogger FabulousLorraine said...

PURE Arab he is...MY horsie..

I have a dinner to do for my Boss next weekend, ack!

At 19:15 Blogger dabbler said...

Phiala, I'll send you good kitchen karma thoughts. Be serious about good footwear. When I've done this sort of thing, it's my feet that hurt the most.

And please share the menu, once it's all over, I'd love to hear what you serve.

At 19:18 Blogger EmilyLady said...

And re Phiala's dinner: OH MY. Good luck, you can do it.

At 19:18 Blogger EmilyLady said...

Not that I can judge. I just sort of feel you can do it.

At 19:19 Blogger Chantrelle said...

Wish I could fly around and help you all with the dinners! I've got a big fancy one coming up in December for my father-in-law's 80th bday.

At 19:27 Blogger Shantra said...

Lorraine I totally understand what you are saying. I have owned three horses, and been around them since I could barely walk, my first ride was at 2 or 3 I think.

Sometime I will blog about my horse phase and why it came to an end and about my show Highland pony.. I loved him dearly.

My sister breeds horses and had 2 foals this year.. so I love your stories and hers.

Cairo comes to mind. I don't know why.

At 20:38 Blogger Dragonsally said...

Oh Shantra. I feel like that's his name. As soon as I read that it clicked.

At 20:38 Blogger Na said...

Phiala, I think I have you to thank for a used-bookstore win: George Macdonald's The Princess and the Goblin, with illos by James Allen. I came across a copy, the title/author rang a fiendish bell, I brought it home, and ohmyfodsit'swonderful! My dragonette loves it, too.

At 21:04 Blogger Phiala said...

Hooray, Na! I think MacDonald is sadly neglected, and I'm so glad both of you are enjoying it. There's a sequel, but it's been so long since I read it that I honestly can't tell you if it is as good.

At 21:53 Blogger Phiala said...

Also unrelated to horses... I saw a most excellent t-shirt today. It said:

Haikus are easy,
But sometimes they don't make sense.

At 22:09 Blogger Na said...

Oops - illos by Alan Parry (not James Allen - who's that?). Just read three more chapters, both kids listening now. Yay! Whether the other book (just googled; The Princess and Curdie ?) is as good, seems worth seeking out more of his stories, to be sure. Yay!

I tried reading a version of Robin Hood earlier this week to the kids, but had to explain/translate too much. Maybe in a few more years.

I liked "Cairo," too, for Not Spot: an Illicit Affair in Cairo. Hee.

Happy weekending, all!

At 22:29 Blogger Cecily said...

Lorraine, you really are my type of person, I really hope one day we get to meet in the flesh.

At 22:46 Blogger gaypet said...

Aw! I'm so happy you found each other. Very sweet!

At 03:01 Blogger vampi said...

<3 so tired but love horse post.
i can now wholeheartedly recommend they might be giants in concert. saw them twice today \o/

At 07:07 Blogger dabbler said...

NA, 'The Princess and Curdie' is also wonderful. We also loved 'The Light Princess' and 'At the Back of the North Wind' Though the North Wind begins and ends in a very sad-to-modern-eyes Victorian place, as I recall, so it may depend on your comfort level with that.

And, I just read Boss's recent blog including some quotes from a Kenneth Grahame work I didn't know at all, and will have to wait to find until the popularity inspired by Boss's readers dies down, no doubt.

How old are your dragonet/tes?

At 08:09 Blogger Siri said...

Anything by George MacDonald is special. The Kenneth Grahame books are available - I got them in the last few years - try Bas Bleu website - I think that's where I got a very nice edition of both The Golden Age and Dream Days.

Sometimes I'm amazed at what books I already know about,here in the middle of the country. How did they find their way here?

At 12:57 Blogger Kitty Cat said...

why do horses scare me?
was i once killed by one, or something?
or was a mean horse owner, afraid of payback?
i'd sure hate to think that.
thank goodness you love horses so much Q, maybe you will burn my horse karma for me.

At 13:01 Blogger Chantrelle said...

Aren't fears a strange thing. Why do clowns scare the holy living crap out of me. I mean I seriously freak. Even just a picture. Hubby will say "Don't look left" so as to avoid me screaming...Ben will say "heyyy mommmm, look at thiiiissss!" And show me a picture of a clown, evil child.

Wherever these fears come from, they can be very deep seated. I also don't like going underwater. I must have been drowned by a clown.

At 13:17 Blogger EmilyLady said...

Now that we've begun this discussion, I had repetitive nightmares as a child of being completely unable to draw breath in small wooden spaces. Buried alive? (And face-down, I take it, since the pressure on my lungs always came from behind.)

At 13:19 Blogger Chantrelle said...

Freaky Emily!

I had a dream last night that Angelina Jolie is really an alien. All her facial features are just fake constructions to pass as human. Her nose is really in her hip. Only Brad Pitt knows the truth.

At 14:01 Blogger Na said...

Thanks for more Geo. Macdonald and Kenneth Graham titles, gals. More to keep in mind while seeking book treasures. :D

dabbler, my little'ns are nearly 5 and nearly 9. I begin to think Macdonald might be a little past attention span of the nearly 5, but she keeps asking me to read it to her, so I do.

Chantrelle, my nearly-9 beastie boy does something similar to me, gleefully pointing out pics or toys or, in the museum's Bug Room, live cockroaches. Gaaah.

My recurring nightmare features poltergeists.

Hmmm. Think I saw Creepshow and Poltergeist as a youngster? gaaaaaa!

Lazy, chilly, gloomy Sunday here. Another 5-6 weeks of shortening days and lowering sun. And since last winter, I've seen Let the Right One In and 30 Days of Night - gaaaaaa!

Okay, out into the thin winter light for a bit.

At 17:35 Anonymous kali_licious said...

Oh he's so pretty! He's gonna be a knockout once he puts some pounds on. But he shouldn't be called Spot...Cairo sounds good, as long as it isn't "KAY-ro." Don't know what it is here in the midwest that makes us take perfectly good place names and totally mispronounce them. (My personal favorite is Peru, Indiana, which the locals pronounce as "PEE-roo.")

Phiala: I'd be freaking out too if I had to cook for that many! Too bad I live so far away, I'd volunteer for kitchen prep slave since I used to help a friend cater.

Robyn: Fattoush? Tabbouleh? Falafel? I would say Shawarma too, but it's a meat dish.

Crowds and heights are the worst for me. Both of those situations make me hyperventilate and panic. I'm scared of spiders too, but not the kind of abject panic that heights and crowds does to me.

At 17:53 Blogger gaypet said...

Best mispronunciation around here:

New Prague = "New Pray-g"

I was going to say something about fears or recurring nightmares but I am writing an annotated bibliography and that is frightening enough!! Wish me luck. If I ever get this paper written I will finally have finished my BA.

At 18:17 Blogger Na said...

Yay Gayle! Go, Gayle! Go!

At 18:42 Blogger EmilyLady said...

Good good good luck.

At 19:01 Blogger fairbetty said...

Aren't Arabs lovely? Hope you enjoy getting to know this one better... and maybe one day being able to ride him. Glad he has a good home now.

At 19:06 Blogger Dragonsally said...

Yes -go Gayle.

from a really young age (like 2 or 3) I had a recurring nightmare of a disembodied hand, dripping blood and goo coming down some stairs to get me. Until I was in my 20's it was a recurring dream at times of stress. The thing is, as a child we never ever watched any television which would have contained anything like that, so where did I get the idea?

At 19:46 Blogger EmilyLady said...

Dreams O dreams ... fascinating.

At 21:19 Blogger ariandalen said...

Illicit Affair is definitely handsome, and very attentive. If he's telling you how he is feeling, why not ask him what he wants to be called? Seems reasonable to me.

Dean, trainerr, and rayvyn2k! Welcome to the Fellowship of Fiends! Grab your white jacket and supplies to personalize it. :)

At 23:55 Anonymous kali_licious said...

Gayle - "new pray-g" LOL
And GO you on the paper!:)

Sally, your nightmare sounds like the early '80's horror movie "The Hand" starring Michael Caine. Spooky!

I don't have recurring dreams per se, but I tend to have the "someone-is-chasing-me-and-trying-to-kill-me" dreams when I get really stressed out. When I was younger it was always nightmares about falling.

At 00:19 Blogger Dragonsally said...

..except it was the mid 60's. and the stuff coming from the hand was so realistic. How did I dream up the anatomically correct stuff at such a young age? Once I was old enough to ponder on the details, I really wondered about that aspect of the dream.

At 00:53 Anonymous Lysandwr said...

Why o why does DirectTV (and/or associated channels) see fit to make me choose between Dr. Who the Titanic episode and Dead Like Me: the movie?


But if anyone feels like they can explain the ending (the very last 45 seconds or so) of Dead Like Me, please feel free :)

At 07:28 Blogger EmilyLady said...

I don't blame you, Sally. I hope you can figure it out someday.

At 08:03 Blogger Jane said...

We lent our copy of the Dead Like Me to a friend but when I get it back I'll take a look and see if I can explain. Can't remember wondering what happened, so I may have understood. Did you also watch the whole series?

At 08:05 Blogger One Sock Short said...

So glad you found each other. I sounds as if he could use some love, and you and Horsetrainer Mel are the perfect people to give him that.

I was such a horse-crazy girl, but very rarely had the chance to be around them. They still tug the heart.

Now to work.

At 08:12 Blogger FabulousLorraine said...

WEIRD dreams all night! The kind where you are sort of glad to be up, tho it is way too early.

I loved Dead Like Me. You need to ask Woondsman Hans tho about the ending. He is smart like that.

At 08:24 Blogger spacedlaw said...

I was having the same type of nightmare-ish thingies. Plus got whacked TWICE on the back by Cesare who was trying to chase Caos (who for once was living up to his name).
My spine is still a little sore.
I feel grumpy.
It must be Monday.

At 08:41 Blogger Jess said...

Good morning.

Poor Nathalie! We're always whaking each other by accident in the night like that, too. It's dangerous being married.

Been having lots of strange dreams lately, but I don't recall any of them clearly. But yeah, you feel glad to be up!

At 08:42 Blogger Phiala said...

Zombies. And haiku. And social justice.

All in one: Breathers, by SG Browne. I'm not done yet, but so far it's quite Fiendish.

At 08:42 Blogger Jess said...

wha[c]king --Ed.

At 09:33 Blogger FabulousLorraine said...

Started out leaving a comment, but had too much to say, so new Winter Post is UP....

At 09:35 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe if you ask Spot what his name is he will tell you.

At 10:45 Anonymous Lysandwr said...

Well, since then my mother and I have discussed it....perhaps the yellow post-its were a sign that Rube *was* upper management now? I must admit to having missed the first 30 minutes or so (that difficulty of choice, what w/Dr. Who on at the same time.....)

Yes, I've watched the whole series.

And yes, realize that there is a new post up. This may NEVER BE SEEN!!

But it didn't make sense to go slap it up on the new post.

Not like I dreamed the ending.

I don't *think* :)

At 10:47 Blogger FabulousLorraine said...

I saw it. And you can talk about Dead Like Me on the new post if you want to..

At 11:14 Blogger Jess said...

I saw it, too!

At 12:14 Blogger spacedlaw said...

We ALL saw it...

At 12:18 Blogger vampi said...

(i did not see it)

At 13:47 Blogger Jess said...

But did we all see it with the same keen intensity? I admit being somewhat blinded by the mention of Doctor Who, and subsequent thoughts of David Tennant. Eeee, David Tennant!

At 02:22 Blogger Unknown said...

Hello ariandalen, thank you for the warm welcome. I've been lurking for about a year, and following FL on Twitter because she's funny, and I'm fascinated with the bees.

I have 3 parrots, but they have no access to radio wire.


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