11 October 2009







What did your Sunday look like?


Ours was foggy and wet...
(But horses don't care!)

Have a wonderful week!
Blessings,

10 comments:

Lone Star Queen said...

Ours was cloudy and dreary. At least you have horses to enjoy! We only had the neighbor kid skateboarding up and down the sidewalk to watch. Little stinkers, everytime we're outside they play in front of our house. It's almost like they want to annoy me. Hehe!

Heart2Heart said...

Ours was sunny with some high winds. Temperatures lingered in the high 70's as we prepare for a possible chance of rain this week.

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

Lucy said...

I liked yours better than mine. :)

Statch said...

My horse does care! It's been raining here (South Carolina) all day and he hasn't come out of the shed yet.

Those were beautiful pictures. I love to see horses run and kick up their heels.

Flat Creek Farm said...

Our Sunday was cold... brrr. Much like today. I'm ready for more normal temps for October. We've stayed about 20 degrees below norm for the past several days, and are mired down in mud from all the rain last week. (ok, a slight whine here! lol)

Love the horse pics! They made me smile! -Tammy

Statch said...

I'm posting back from your comment on my blog about the cat. You have 18 cats! Wow. That would be so much fun. Do you have problems with them getting along?

Rural Revival said...

Well, it was cool but sunny. A beautiful day to celebrate Thanksgiving!

Elle Bee said...

Very cool photos! Our day was rainy and windy--our first storm of the season and I'm loving every minute of it! Bug and I went out and stomped in some puddles and went batty running around & screaming in the wind. I wonder what the neighbors thought? :o)
elle

Mountain Woman of Red Pine Mountain said...

Ah, so wonderful to see horses running and yours is so beautiful. I spent my day much the same way although clicker training. Aren't we blessed to live on farms?

Mountain Woman of Red Pine Mountain said...

I love your photos and I was doing the same on Sunday. Aren't we blessed to live on farms?