Saturday, February 14, 2009

Saturday 14 February 2009


Wow it is Valentines Day again, I have never really observed all of these holidays because I feel they are too commercialised. The picture above was one taken at the end of January of my brat Goldie who still looks like a teddy bear.


Thanks so much to you all for your concern. I have healed, I was very lucky. I am plannng a post about the accident but have been in recluse mode for a while. Now that the temps are changing again and hopefuly we are through the coldest weather and it has been cold unlike anything I have experienced before, I am starting to get my motivation going again. I have avoided the computer almost completely and have taken very few photos of any note in the last month but it is time for me to boot myself up the butt and get going.


Thank you all again. It is nice to know there are people out there that care, I know Donna and CG went through something similar recently. ((((((Huge Hugs)))))


Lori

xx

6 comments:

Donna said...

Glad to hear that you are recovering well. Take care of yourself!

CG said...

Good to see you back!!!! Love the furry horse!

Mary said...

Hi Lori! It's good to see pictures of your horses!! They are beautiful! I tried to get to your website, and it won't move past the homepage. But - I found your blog, so I'm glad!
Hope to see you at the next photogprahy club mtg. on Feb. 23rd!
Mary McVicker

Rising Rainbow said...

I'm glad that you're healing but a bit worried about recluse mode. Hang in there, Lori.

Mike said...

Beautiful picture of your little fur ball!

I am glad to see you are ok. I was beginning to get a little worried as quiet as you had been. But then I don't blame you either.

I know you have had a long cold winter. Hopefully signs of Spring will start popping out for you.

Take care,

Mike

raccoonlover1963 said...

Hi Lori. You're getting as bad as me with not posting! LOL Hope everything's going okay with you.
Goldie is such a little cutie!
TTYL
Lisa

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