Thursday, December 18, 2014

Thankful Thursday


Thankful this Thursday for mended fences.  This shot comes from Sunday's photo shoot with the illustrious donkey and his equine friend.

Come Tuesday morning Mr. Donkey was in my yard with said equine friend.  Yes, imagine my surprise as I was trying to leave for work.

Nothing gets your husband to call you back faster than sending him a text saying there is a donkey and horse in the yard.

Life is good, my friends.


Linking up today with Teresa.....





32 comments:

  1. That must have been quite a surprise! Brings memories of cows trampling down his prize roses :) loved the photo!

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  2. I would love to get that text:) Well not really.Hugs B

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  3. UH-OH! I must admit I have never, never had a horse or donkey in my yard. :))

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  4. Morning Michelle, that would be a shocker indeed. Blessings Francine.

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  5. Understand your amazement when you opened the door and you had strange visitors in your yard. We had cattle when we lived on our farm, and sometimes the gate around the house would be left open, and they would wander in and enjoy the grass that seemed 'greener on the other side'.

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  6. Is there ever a good time to have an ass in your yard?

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  7. well that would have been a surprise but I am sure they did not harm.

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  8. i spent an hour yesterday with the neighbors chasing 7 mules and horses back across the broken fence onto their property. it's always something. :)

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  9. This reminds me of some pasture land my friends have in the rolling countryside.

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  10. I won't react to a text like that!

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  11. I wish there was a donkey at my house! The picture is stunning, I kept looking at it and saw more and more details. There's something about a good fence line that makes me so happy Tex is doing Good Fences. Now I must go and find your donkey post, I imagine you wrote about this somewhere close by.

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  12. hehehe, I am going to try that!!!!!

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  13. Yep, I can just see him running home to get that donkey and horse.

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  14. I think you should keep them! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  15. I think the donkey was smitten with you a couple days ago when you were taking pictures of him and his pal. So a visit was in order. -- barbara

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  16. Ha, they were coming to visit with you! Pretty farm scene, have a great evening!

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  17. Lots of fun......they just wanted to stop by for a visit....BTW, our donkey's loved bread!!
    Sweet fences....I always look forward to the fences you come up with...

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  18. lol, they were coming for another photo shoot. pretty fence pic.

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  19. Yes though we ha d the neighbors horse in our tuck under garage a few years ago.....:)

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  20. What a coincidence! I always get fast responses when I send texts about donkeys and horses in my yard, too.

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  21. This is such a beautiful view....
    A donkey and a horse in the yard - now that is something different. I kind of wish this would happen here (well, maybe not).

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  22. Ha, had a lot of urgent calls from my wife over the years, but never one about a donkey in the yard!!

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  23. I guess they decided to come to visit maybe wanting another photo session... Love it

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  24. I'm going to have to remember that when I need my hubby's quick response.

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  25. Dogs - Yes; Donkey and horses - No. It would depend on how frisky they were for me to welcome them, but then there is no fence to keep them out.

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  26. LOl- Definitely something that would get your attention. Your post makes me think about a time recently when someones alpaca escaped and was on the lam in my very surburban neighborhood (laugh).

    Have a great weekend.

    Velva

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