The adventures of Gilly the rescue horse and his side kick and partner in crime, Pokey the donkey.

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Being with a horse is a journey that never ends. What they have to teach us is amazing; but we must quiet our mind to hear them. ~ jca

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Friday, June 25, 2010

Take a peek.....


(I swiped this from Misha's blog, cause it's so pretty!)

Hey everyone! Go take a peek at Misha's blog, From My Front Porch in the Mountains! Misha has had guest bloggers on her site, I am the second one and more to follow, writing about our life with horses. The good, the bad and the ugly, pretty neat....you can read about me and my experience with my 3, yes, all of three horses in my life. Oh, will then there is the ASS....little precious Pokey! What an experience in donkey-dom he was given me! LOL

I know, if you don't already read Misha's blog, you will become a fan. She lives in a beautiful place in the mountains of east Tennessee with her wonderful husband, gorgeous Arabians, little Annie will steal your heart away....plus a whole lot of wonderful critters! You can tell Misha is a kindred spirit will all animal life!

Misha, thanks again for asking me to be a guest on your wonderful blog!!!

4 comments:

from my front porch... said...

What a sweet thing to say :)
Little Laverne is in my prayers...
See you at my place!
xo, misha

Kate said...

It was fun to read about you and your history with horses!

Maura @ Lilac Lane Cottage said...

Hi Jane! I just read your post over at Misha's and I LOVED it. It reminds me a lot of me. I'm so sorry to read that you lost both your parents at such an early age..I can't imagine what that was like. My Mom left my Dad and I when I was nearly 8 and we moved half way across the country (Canada) to live with my Grandparents. So I guess I know a little bit about how it feels...but nothing like what you went through. I wanted a horse so bad I could taste it when I was little...never got one until I was 17. Sold him a year or so later and then never had another until I was 32! I don't have any now but I we moved to a small farm last year so I sometimes think I'd like to have another one. Maybe one day. I'm going to enjoy reading your older posts...thanks for sharing your story with us! Take care...Maura :)

Jennifer MacNeill-Traylor said...

What a cool blog, thanks for sharing! I hope your little dog is feeling better. I didn't know dogs could get Cushings. Poor girl.

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