Tuesday, February 26, 2013

I tried to call a snow day

I tried to call my boss and say I was "snowed in". It didn't work. He lives one street over from me, and he knows TC very well. He knows we have several 4wd vehicles, and a tractor, a skid steer, and even a big loader which could get me out of the drive.  Well can't blame a girl for trying.
I did get some good pics.
I'm not going caption, you get to add your own today.
Update: I'm on my lunch break now so I can ad some captions
Hiya Lady, look I'm an appyloosya!
Wheee! I'm coming out!
Stand aside, cripple guy coming through

Hey lady, is there something on my eye?

Ha! Ha! Big K, I'm out and you're not! 

I get to lick the block first old man

Ima snooooow pony

Danny: Your so short
Trax: I can still bite ya though

Aw man! There is snow on my yummy block

Bite my butt one more time, I dare ya!

Danny" Aw come on fat boy, can't ya share a little?

Heeeey Laaaaaadeeeeee! The fat kid won't share!

Watch out Lady, manly man coming through!

Can you step aside I can't see what my mare is doing?

Gosh I get tired of him bossing me around

Hey girl, you come back here, don't make me chase you.

Um I don't mean to be pushy, but could you drop the box and get to scooping?

Sassy:  Hiya Lady, do you need some help, cuz I could come in
and help ya, I'm not scared at all, I been in there before
ya you really look like ya needs some help I could hold the bucket 
or maybe open the lids on the yummy stuffs can I can I huh huh?
Killian: Can you throw in a little extra for a manly horse?

Sassy: See I told ya I wasn't scared, Here I come
Me: Sassy Don't! Its slippery and there are tools! 


She's making faces behind me isn't she?


  1. Boy -o-boy did they have fun! You could see it on their faces...kids in play-land.
    Very cute...loved the white eyelashes!!
    I answered you over at my place about the "P whistle"

  2. I'm new to your blog. It's so neat that you have a rescue horse. I'd love to do that someday.

    1. Hi Terry, and welcome to herdlife. Danny is some kind of special for sure, even if he will never be much more than a yard ornament. He has double string halt and is developing other neurological issues as well. Still we keep working with him and do all we can to ensure that his quality of life is good. We have no clue who he was when he was a youngster, but there is no doubt in anyone's mind who has met him, that he was somebody's wonder horse once.