He makes progress only when he sticks his neck out.
We also met a 1 week old colt with the curliest little mane I’ve ever seen – and a mama that was highly protective of her newborn. The daddy was a doll, he and I snuggled and he gave me kisses and snorted warm air in my ear (and down my neck) – I think I’m in love. I didn’t even sneeze! Yahoo!
Knowing her future, it makes this photograph even more spectacular to me, because she looks awfully angelic, doesn’t she? Like she should have a faint glow of a halo around her head. Awwwww. Pretty birdie.
I guess that explains why the shell is still in tact with a tidy little opening, and also probably why I’m a fruitcake with a camera.
Did I mention I filed our taxes already? I did. And now I’m thinking about ripping out a few more walls in our house, but not before I finish the blog design I’m working on – and the custom dog portrait that is waiting in my studio.
So little to do, so much time.
Scratch that, reverse it.
(Thanks Mr. Wonka, that will forever be stuck in my head.)
We’ve been looking at houses, too. We’d like to move far far away from this stupid snow. I’ve found two homes that are completely out of our price range but they’re beautiful and I want them. Which one can you “see me in”?
Beautiful Gorgeous Immaculate House #1
This Wonderful Private Southern Belle of a Home