Thursday, May 31, 2007

31 May 2007


No photo of Taxes today. Will try to get something new tomorrow. We had the farrier over to shoe Gee (the Thorougbred mare that we board when she is not at the race track). We are going to start working her now for a late start this year. Her owner is going to train her himself as we have had trouble finding a trainer for her. The last guy starved her, didnt exercise her and ran her in that condition. When she came back to us she was in terrible shape and so depressed. It took nearly two weeks before she became even a shadow of the mare that I knew again. I love her to bits, she has the most amazing personality and disposition. I have never known a quieter nicer TB.

Other than that it was hot again today, we really need some rain now, I have noticed that the corn which is only about six inches high is starting to shrivel in the fields. We seem to go from one extreme to the other too wet, too dry, too hot, too cold never the happy medium. The heat is very early this year so the weather patterns are all over the place.

(((HUGS)))) to everyone. I am catching up very slowly on my visits and comments. Have a great Friday everyone.

Lori
xx

4 comments:

Mike said...

I love this shot Lori. Great depth of field on it. It has been a weird year for the weather hasn't it? We have been cool and wet lately. Today it got warm. Who know's?

Missed commenting on yesterday's pictures. I like that top one and of course I like the one of Taxes.

Thanks for your comments on my blog. I enjoy them. Take care and I hope both you and Larry are doing well.

CG said...

A very different and very effective shot, Lori. You certainly do get the extremes of weather don't you? It's sunny today and I'm hoping to do some gardening.
HUGS xxx

Karen said...

What a gorgeous macro, so simple yet lovely.

Rising Rainbow said...

the weather has been the same here. extremes. everything and everyone are confused. Don't know what to do from one day to the next.

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