04 March 2012

~ Snacking On Sunday With Annie ~

Annie and her family
wish you a happy, happy,
{and so do I!}

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Diane Cayton-Hakey said...

Caught in the act. LOVE IT!

TexWisGirl said...

oh, she's too darn cute!!!

Jeni said...

She is growing into a beautiful, elegant young lady!!!

Donna said...

She is just so cute!! Give her a sugar cube for me ... please!

Gaelyn said...

I hope you brought Annie something better to snack on than the fence. Love that nose shot. She's a beauty.

Country Dreaming said...

Oh Annie! You ARE a sly one aren't you.
Love a good Annie story.

Have a wonderful time with you parents and take it slow.


Alisha @ Crafty Brooklyn Army Wife said...

Hi Misha,

Hope you and your family are doing well. Annie is so beautiful!!! I had a dream about the horse my family used to own and made me miss him so much.

Have a great day!!

Laura said...

I ♥ Annie!

Ann On and On... said...

I just love that Annie! Thanks for the photos of her today....they are just what I needed!!!
(I'm already friends with you on FB)

Mary Ann said...

Misha, she has the most beautiful face! Even fence chewing!

Deb said...

Oh Annie, you are so beautiful. It's good to see you.

Lynne said...

I know if I am looking at Annie's nose then you must be doing it too . . . and that my dear makes it a beautiful day!

I won't do this for just anyone but for you I am hitting the FB FRIEND thingy!

Here I go . . . let's see how long I stay . . . Smile!

Rain said...

She's beautiful.....and sooooo innocent!!

Thistle Cove Farm said...

Misha, I don't FB very much; just a time suck for me so I'll catch up with you, J, Annie and the rest here. Glad you weathered the storm; it's pouring snow here and more expected.

Amy said...

Annie is so wonderful!!! Give her a kiss from Norway!!! Hugs my dear!

Donna said...


Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hello There, Since I've been away from blogging for a week, I have alot of catching up to do. We had a wonderful trip to Arkansas --but it's great to visit with my blog friends. Hope things are going well with you.

That Annie is just adorable and SO innocent!!!!! ha... Glad you all are okay.. Lots of damage in your area... So sad.

Karen said...

She is really starting to fill out and mature. What are your plans for her, I know Arabs are not always saddle broke before the age of four or five..but just wondering what you have in store.

the cuby poet said...

Cheeky chewing but blazon not sneaky and still so gorgeous. This horse is gorgeous, X

Maura @ Lilac Lane Cottage said...

Miss Annie is gorgeous! I love Arabian muzzles...they're so delicate....well unless they're chewing fences! Little stinker. My little Arabian that I had years ago used to eat the fences too and he had personality plus. Sure wish I had him now. LOVE the photos. X

Rural Revival said...

I gave up FB for lent. Really. Just in case you wondered where I was. I told the Artist to leave a note on my wall about why I wasn't there but of course I have no idea if he did! Ha!

And Señorita Andalucia, Canada isnt THAT far away for Aunt Andie to know when you are being sly! Too smart for your own good comes to mind!