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I know the real reason y’all visit me here. It’s not the books (mine or anyone else’s.) It sure as heck better not be the sewing tips or y’all are gonna end up naked or in rags. You like the garden, but the truth is, most of you aren’t about to dig down into that soil and see if it will grow anything. It’s way easier to laugh at me as I try. Now and then, you’re tempted by a recipe or two. But in the end, the star of the show is really…Junior. Scamper. Lynx. And now, we have Oreo and Indian Hat.

Welcome to the show. I hope you stay awhile.

I love grain!

Did someone say “apples?”

You are not getting any of my hay!

I’m not waiting for you. You’re slow.

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Posted: October 24, 2012
Filed in Walks in Life

8 Comments

  1. I think I can tell which one is Oreo…

    Comment by April — October 24, 2012 @ 1:54 pm

  2. I like to challenge my readers. And I really think Indian Hat should be The Lone Ranger…Ranger for short…

    Comment by Maria — October 24, 2012 @ 2:42 pm

  3. I like Tonto better 😉

    Comment by April — October 24, 2012 @ 3:09 pm

  4. OH, I like that too! I’m going to tell dad!!!

    Comment by Maria — October 24, 2012 @ 3:11 pm

  5. I love the pics! As I’m looking them over, I’m wondering if anyone has written a book about a shifter who becomes a horse? A werehorse?

    Comment by Michelle Scott — October 24, 2012 @ 5:27 pm

  6. I can’t think of any books offhand. These two horses are way too mellow to be even part human. Oh, sure, Indian Hat (AKA Tonto) had a litany of complaints when we went walking, but he is so gentle. I can imagine him shifting to a dog, but not a human. Way too nice for that. 🙂

    Comment by Maria — October 24, 2012 @ 5:34 pm

  7. I don’t know about books with a shapeshifter becoming a horse, but in Norse mythology, Loki can become a horse and, as a mare, gave birth to Sleipnir. So there is precedent. However, since Loki is also supposed to be the god of mischief, who knows?

    Comment by readerlady/ Dee — October 25, 2012 @ 5:38 am

  8. Dee,

    Close enough! That counts. But yeah, gods did have rather different personalities. Mischief and horse DOES go together remarkably well…

    Comment by Maria — October 25, 2012 @ 7:56 am

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