Our friends not only have miniature horses, they also raise miniature donkeys. This little guy was born early this morning and is even tinier than the horse colt.
and I’ve got nothing to say or share. Come back tomorrow, maybe a creative streak will strike!
This dove better learn better hiding techniques before the first of September cause it won’t be a camera aimed at her then. I hate that too even though I grew up in a family of hunters and I’m married to one. I am glad to say my hunter has mellowed some as he’s gotten older and it won’t be his gun pointed at her when the season opens!
I felt just like this windmill today.
Let me explain… moving hay all day makes you feel as if you are going round and round in circles and not managing to go anywhere. In truth, you are actually accomplishing something, but the monotony of the same round trip does tend to “get to you” after awhile. The best thing about all that circling is the fact that we are finished, done, ALL THROUGH moving hay for the year until it is time to start feeding. Hopefully, that won’t be until late this fall or early winter. We still have plenty of grass. It’s green, it’s lush and totally not normal for August, but I am not complaining! Just to remind you (and myself) what it was like last summer, go read this post from last July.
Lynne informs me I need to stop posting cute pictures cause the urge to get a four-legged creature increases. I thought I had better warn her not to look. And Lynne? To help you decide against getting a pet, they do grow up and wreak all kinds of havoc… in your home as well as your heart! But, if you’re serious, I’ll work on determining the best way to get the black kitten to New York!