About horses and horse ownership by two women who own horses and live in the midwest of the United States.
Congratulations! I'm passing along the Honest Scrap Award. You'll find it here.Hope your snow disappears soon!
Thanks, my dear, but Linda beat ya to it and I didn't pass any awards on because I was so late in getting to them that I figured everybody has gotten one already. It's yesterday's post if you're interested. I'll be popping by you to read yours!
Hey Callie, no problem! You know, I actually read your Scrap post this morning - it's been that kind of hairy week. I remember being impressed by the whole converted barn/house. I've always wanted to try doing that. Guess I need to find one for the horses to live in first, though - LOL!
LOL, At one time, I did consider making the ground floor set for the horses and living above, but I thought that it might be a bit of a problem with the health department and Steve would have had a fit! LOL
Great pictoral. I can relate, except that my guys come into the barn and tell me to hurry up. It is amazing how much you can read from a horse's body language/behavior.
Well I guess they're glad they finally got you to do their bidding!
I sometimes think I miss out on a lot by not being the person to feed my horse. She definitely LOVES to eat. I'm sure I could learn a lot that way.
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