About horses and horse ownership by two women who own horses and live in the midwest of the United States.
Oh I love the card! such a Winter Wonderland!
Daddy's pudding? That's a new one. I've only ever had 'em curried! lol.
Great faces and I love the card, you are so talented.
Beautiful faces. I like the first one much. The mares do not seem to mind the snow. Here it snows once a year generally and the most often the snow does not stay. So, some of the horses of the club do not want to go out if there is snow outside.
Nice photos and yes, the card looks really nice!!! I think one of the best things to do (if possible) is to make personal cards. It just adds such a special sentiment and personal touch!This is a nice site about horses too! I love them, but only get to see them once or twice a year at certain farms (that is one downfall of living in an urbanized city)You actually may enjoy the pic I have posted today at my site. I took this past summer at such a farm. This horse was so friendly!!
Thanks, Denise, It was really snowing that day!Dickiebo, Curried pudding? Yuk, curry?Thanks, Arlene, I like to personalize them and it really doesn't take me that long.Le Cheval, They're tough Wisconsin horses and pretty hardy.Thanks for the visit Evita, I'll be stopping by.
Great pics!Great card, love it! UGH! I guess I need to get around to doing cards.
Those doggies know they are loved! When do you have time to make those wonderful cards? I'm impressed. I read your comment on Arlene's blog about looking for a saddle - Check out Tucker saddles - they are all about gaited horses. It's a really good company with great customer service and they offer help fitting your horse.
I love your spotted dog! So cute.And your card looks great! Is it really that time of year again? I better get crackin on my cards.
Victoria, the Tucker is my dream, but unfortunately a bit out of my price range right now. Love a tucker.
Nice cards and OMG - we have the same dog! Here is a photo of mine (on right): http://enduranceridestuff.com/images/Img1.png She is a Hellmation - half healer and half dalmation, and the best dog ever!
OMG! Karen, their twins, exact replicas of each other! Weird! I thought we were the only ones with such an odd looking dog! I knew she was Heeler of some sort! And figured since Heelers were begun with a mix of Dingo, Border Collie and Dalmation. Crazy!
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