Monday, September 3, 2007

3 September 2007


For the first time since January 1st I have missed not one but two days of my blog. The weekend was long and I just didnt have the time or energy to try to get the internet access up while we were in the hotel, still dont even know if they had it.


This is going to be short because it is late. I will post more about the weekend tomorrow. Int he meantime the picture today is one taken of a mare that used to belong to a friend of ours. She was leased and then bought by this young lady who has been showing her. She only has one eye and is 24 years old (the mare that is LOL) and won enough classes over the weekend to win her owner an award in her catagory. I didnt know that the mare had been sold, her name is Blondie, so I was really pleased when I saw what a great home she has. She has also had numerous foals in her lifetime. What is really great is that the mare loved being there as much as her owner.


See y'all tomorrow. ((((Hugs)))))


Lori

5 comments:

Mike said...

Oh well, even the best of us can't make it every day! I feel better now!:) Went shooting today and got a couple of shots I like so I will be posting them in the next day or two.

Such a nice story about the mare. I am sure it is rewarding when a horse you know ends up with a nice home.

Sounds like you had a good time. That is the important thing. The blog can wait.

Take care,

Mike

L said...

Just wanted to say thanks for your recent visit to my blog :-) Cool story about the old mare - I love hearing things like that!

Rising Rainbow said...

Welcome back, we missed you!!

That's very cool about this mare. Cool she has a great home and cool she is happy to be packing this kid around at horse shows!!

Rest up!! I'm sure you need it.

CG said...

Enjoyed the photo and story about blondie! Take care and get some rest (if you can!)

photogchic said...

What a great story Lori...sounds like Blondie is going to live out the rest of her days a happy horse.

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