Tuesday, July 28, 2009


I had the delightful pleasure of meeting a fellow blogger on Monday. Cheryl Ann invited me to go to her barn and meet her herd which includes two mustangs, two thoroughbreds, a lovely quarter horse, and a big warm blooded gelding. I kept thinking how wonderful it is to have so many muzzles to kiss, so many pony nickers calling for attention, so much horse-flesh to squeeze. I was in awe of so many colors and personalities.

In the end though, I had to agree with what the horses were showing me. They are lucky to have such a warm, loving person to take such good care of them.

The picture above is of her alpha mare, and one of her mustangs, Scout. You can see by that expression that Scout loves having Cheryl touch her and talk to her.


Carolynn said...

What a great way to spend the day! I love planting a kiss on a soft muzzle. :o)

Cheryl Ann said...

Molly, thank you for a WONDERFUL day! It was so nice to have an extra set of hands to help out with "the herd"!!! And, you are such an interesting person! I can't wait for us to get together again! Let's stop at the little cafe for lunch! And, it was nice for the horses to have such a caring person come visit them.

Donna said...

I love the fact that all the horses I know live in a big herd, not literally in a field like wild horses, but around lots of other horses. It does us both a lot of good.

photogchic said...

Cool you got to meet a blogger.