You know how I LOVE the Annie video's. She was really showing her diva side wasn't she? Really cute.
Misha,Annie is too funny ...loved the video :) I love hearing about all the horses ... you always bring a smile to my face.Your mother is so cute ...just like you!Thank you for the sweet comment you left for me!Blessings,Donna
Oh Misha, I love love love that video... I can tell that Annie is in her 'terrible 2's'..... What a cutie!!!!Glad things are going so well with all of your horses. I'll be curious to see what happens when your separate Annie from her mama.... Oh My Heart!!!!!Hugs,Betsy
I can't believe how green and lush your pastures are! And Annie is getting so refined and is such a beauty! And such a 2 year old! Do you show your horses? I do not like the swallows...what a messy bird they are and they try to build on my house! Come say hi :D
Julie, Nope none of these are show horses! After a long career in show horse business, I have no desire to be a part of that ever again!!Since Annie is only 6 months, it will be a couple of years before we start any ground work with her as far as breaking her to ride.Generally Arabians are not fully grown until three years of age.Cadence is 29, Allure is 24, Allegra is 14, and Miss D is eleven. With Annie at six months we have a huge age span!misha
Oh, Misha, I can't wait to see that video of Annie. (Psssst.. I'm at work, don't tell.. lol). This post made my day :) Thanks!! Enjoy that wonderful weather. We have more rain tonight (sigh). -Tammy
Hi Misha! I'm so glad that the weaning is going well for Annie and Miss D...and I can't get over how big she's getting. What a personality! Loved the video...that little filly is SO CUTE. Your pastures look wonderful and I'm glad you're enjoying some beautiful spring weather. Enjoy your porch! Maura:)
Misha, I just love hearing about these beauties and learning about their personalities. I really, never, ever realized how unique and individual they really are! I find it amazing! Making faces? Really?!! I have to see that!Swallows in the barn? Makes sense but I never thought of that either. Boy, do I have a lot to learn! : ) N mentioned on Sunday that we should get some chickens, a couple of goats, a sheep, a cow and two horses. I asked him where we would keep them. He said, I'll design a barn and dad will build it. Okay, I said!! If only it were that easy! : )I'm glad you're having beautiful weather. We're having cold nights and wet rainy days this week. I've had to sleep with my socks on, the farmhouse has been a little chilly! Can't wait to see the video tonight!Hugs ~Andrea~
I am at work too!! So I will have to check back and watch it later!! Love your pictures!!
I totally know what you mean about the barn swallows. Seriously ours try and build nests in the STUPIDEST places! They kept on insisting the scale in the milk house was an acceptable place. Considering the scale is about an inch wide, not going to work, not ever.
It looks like you are having some beautiful weather. Annie is so funny and cute ~ they all are.Thanks for the header tip.. maybe I'll go check it out.Have a great Wednesday
Misha, Ah this entire post lowered my blood pressure as usual, just another day on the farm with your family! Blessed is what I would call you and your family! Thanks so much for making my day and sharing more horsey stories with all of us. Love and Hugs ~ Kat
For sure they are lovin' that weather. And grasses.
I just can't say this enough--I love the horse stories, they are sooooooooooo funny!Melinda
You could video Annie everyday and it wouldn't be enough. :DGetting to know these horses is like making new friends. I hope you ended up feeling better today.....F.M. sounds painful.
What beautiful pictures you always have! Happy Spring! ~Amy
This brought a huge smile to my face!! You've got built in entertainment every day. And built in lawn mowers. :o)
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