December 16, 2012

Almost Wordless Sunday

My day at the barn (after six hours of chores and stalls).


My day when I got home.

Should have just stayed at the barn.
(Husband let the dogs out, Tucker (big fluffy one) was out there long enough to dig a hole to China, husband let him in the house, Tucker proceeds to bathe himself in his water bowl (it's a Husky thing) and walk all over my house.  Why!)

8 comments:

  1. Haha! But they're soooo cute - love the puppy pics!

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  2. Oh no! Why is it that husbands never seem to think that kind of stuff is as big of a deal as we do?

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  3. Allison, I have no idea, but the footprints were dried when I got home, clearly wasn't a big deal to him! I agree.

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  4. Oh my goodness. I'd prefer the first view. (Welsh Cobs, so cuuuute, we have one at our barn)

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  5. Hi Lei, nice to meet you! I preferred the first view as well! I don't often meet people who've encountered a Welsh Cob before, very cool.

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  6. Hi Jen. I likely wandered over here via Shy's page. At first I thought ya had one of them Hayflingers, but then I realized, no, Welsh cob (I admittedly made the same mistake at a Welsh pony show once ... like duh, all those Welsh ponies, that blonde one just /had/ to be a Haffie)

    Yup, I met him last year at another barn, and then recently, he and his human mom moved to the place where I board. He's bay and cute, his owner does dressage with him. There's also a Welsh pony (he might be an A, but he's two, so maybe a small B) on the property.

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  7. haha as mischevious as they are they are so cute!!!

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  8. Aw pups... The first view is great though.

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Almost Wordless Sunday

My day at the barn (after six hours of chores and stalls).


My day when I got home.

Should have just stayed at the barn.
(Husband let the dogs out, Tucker (big fluffy one) was out there long enough to dig a hole to China, husband let him in the house, Tucker proceeds to bathe himself in his water bowl (it's a Husky thing) and walk all over my house.  Why!)

8 comments:

  1. Haha! But they're soooo cute - love the puppy pics!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Oh no! Why is it that husbands never seem to think that kind of stuff is as big of a deal as we do?

    ReplyDelete
  3. Allison, I have no idea, but the footprints were dried when I got home, clearly wasn't a big deal to him! I agree.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Oh my goodness. I'd prefer the first view. (Welsh Cobs, so cuuuute, we have one at our barn)

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  5. Hi Lei, nice to meet you! I preferred the first view as well! I don't often meet people who've encountered a Welsh Cob before, very cool.

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  6. Hi Jen. I likely wandered over here via Shy's page. At first I thought ya had one of them Hayflingers, but then I realized, no, Welsh cob (I admittedly made the same mistake at a Welsh pony show once ... like duh, all those Welsh ponies, that blonde one just /had/ to be a Haffie)

    Yup, I met him last year at another barn, and then recently, he and his human mom moved to the place where I board. He's bay and cute, his owner does dressage with him. There's also a Welsh pony (he might be an A, but he's two, so maybe a small B) on the property.

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  7. haha as mischevious as they are they are so cute!!!

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  8. Aw pups... The first view is great though.

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