28 October 2009

Paparazzi hounds Miss D...

Horse Gazette reporters showed up at the farm.
Miss D was not happy.
The press has been hounding her for months.
She is a private mare, keeping secrets, secret.
"Please Miss D, give us a hint."
"Miss D, tell us who the sire is."
"The blogging world is waiting for you to comment, Miss D."
"Is it a colt or a filly?"
The reporters all kept shouting questions, the Paparazzi
snapped pictures...of her bum.
They had very little to print in the Horse Gazette.

The story appeared today.
In barnyards all over America, the animals chattered
about Miss D making the news!
Horses neighed, cows mooed, chickens cheeped,
donkeys hee-hawed, dogs barked, cats meowed,
goats fainted, roosters crowed.....
Miss D stuck to her guns..
She would not even go out in her pasture to graze
until they left.


She refused to give the Paparazzi the pics they so desired.



She would only hang out her little pillow with a hint.


Waiting impatiently here in the mountains!
Have a beautiful, autumn filled day,
*you can create your own newspaper clipping by visiting http://www.fodey.com/generators/newspaper/snippet.asp

8 comments:

Rural Revival said...

I love it! What a fun post!!! Miss D...she is most definitely a Lady!
:)

Be well! ~Andrea~

PS..We don't get any trick or treaters either. We used to in our old small town but there were always leftovers...lurking around calling my name. Leftovers no more, I don't have to buy any candy! Is that a good reason to move to the country? : )

Lone Star Queen said...

Dang Paparazzi! Why can't they leave a girl alone??? Cute post!

Heart2Heart said...

Misha,

Love this post! It would seem appropriate in today's world that this would be possible. Love the newspaper report, I did that for my daughter once and she loved it!

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

Lucy said...

That's so cute. I love it. And she is a beauty. Every 'inch' of her. I certainly wish was in Tennessee to see the birth. Let's see...my mother's family was from Tennessee. Maybe we're cousins or something with a genealogical tie-in that I could come visit. :)

Country Dreaming said...

Well--I think the little one is waiting for Halloween to make an
appearance.

Good Luck!!!

Melinda

Donna said...

You make me laugh! Too cute!! Keep us updated.
Blessings

Thistle Cove Farm said...

sigh.

Miss D: we've been waiting since JULY. Remember the story about the boy who cried wolf? Come on, sister. Get it in gear already! I don't care to see your rear end; I want to see a FOAL, on the ground, healthy and nursing.

Too cute with the newspaper article; you are clever!

Flat Creek Farm said...

This post really made me smile!! Too cute!! Poor Miss D - can't they just leave a gal alone?

No trick or treaters out in our area either. Unfortunately, that doesn't keep me from buying candy (oink-oink!). -Tammy