Wednesday, October 10, 2007

10 October 2007

It was 25 degrees cooler today than yesterday and the day before!! Quite a shock to the system, expected to reach low 40s tonight. The three yearling fillies were all fired up today running and bucking and finding all sorts of energy because it was cool. I should have got my camera but guaranteed they would have stopped the moment I got outside so I just stood in the kitchen and watched them through the window. I get such pleasure from watching them, I could do that all day.

I was scanning through old photos again today and came across this one of Blaze when he was a few hours old (the baby in the pic on my profile) I can't believe he will be 2 years old at the beginning of next year already. I loved these pics, he looks so peaceful.

My help didnt show up today (surprise surprise) so nothing got done outside. I spent the day getting photos done for the farm shoot I did last weekend which we need to submit to the Paint Horse Journal Stallion Edition for the owner. Tomorrow is another day.

The trainer didnt come to pick Gee up today and I didnt see her owner so I have no idea what is going on.

Not a terribly exciting day today so I will end off for the day. I hope everyone is having a great week, ((((Hugs))))

Lori
xx

5 comments:

Rising Rainbow said...

That is a big change in temperature. I'm sure you're glad that it's cooled off.

Of course, your help wouldn't show up when it was cooler. That would make too much sense. lol

Cute picture. I love babies. Guess that's how I ended up with so many horses.

Hope you have a good day tomorrow.

oldmanlincoln said...

That is a priceless photo.

Wayne Jones said...

Gives you such a warm feeling inside, stunning image..

AB said...

What a swing in temperature!

I'm sorry I've not been commenting often -- but you are always in my thoughts. I love that photo of Blaze; he's such a beauty.

Love and {{HUGS}}
xoxo

CG said...

Blaze looks gorgeous...so sweet!!

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