Oh, I don't know. I think you look just fine, and I bet the horses think you do, too.
They seem quite happy to see you! It's been many years since I had horses but I still miss them.☼ Sunny
I think you look great ! I myself am not a fashion person either. I wear whats comfy . I like to dress what they call outdoorsey . I love to wear the old lumber jackets out side in cooler weather. As for the horsey smell send some of that my way please! great photos !
Hi Gail,so glad you commented on my blog so I could find you over here. Wow. I grew up in NYC, so this is a whole other world. Love the photos of you with the horses. And I'm all for comfy, not fashion.Karen
Yes, nothing like the smell of horses...
Those photos are great. I dress for comfort too, but usually choose to cover up more because anything that is uncovered must be slathered in sun block. It makes the dust stick. We have a lot of dust because we dont have a lot of humidity. I think it's a good trade.
Ya'll look all gussied up to me. Heck, when it's just me and the cows it's biker shorts, croc flippies and tees...pony tails and make-up free. Tell Marcy I'm lovin' the pics!Have a wonderfully blessed day sweetie!!!
My hubby has a hard time getting me to wear anything other than jeans and a t-shirt. ;)Have a wonderful day and a great weekend! :)
Sorry, did I miss something??? Were you in the pictures somewhere??? I was looking at the horses ;)
You look fine, I dress comfortable too. I see love between you and your horses :)
Comfortable is how you should dress on a farm as fashion clothes don't stay fashionable for long around animal. When I was at the farm we ran a trekking centre and the number of people who turned up in white training shoes was unreal. It was a good passtime watching them tip toeing around though.
What beautiful horses you have Gail.. We looked at the horses, promise!!Big Sloppy KissesGus, Louie and Callie
You look just fine to me. Even although I am now living in among people I still tend to dress for comfort rather than fashion and often find myself shopping in town with my old dog haired jeans and Tshirt. (The animals never notice--at least, they never say anything!) Wish it was warm enough here now to wear what you are wearing. It's now down to almost single figures (degrees celsius) some days.
I think you looked relaxed, happy, and in your element. :)
You look like a farm woman to me. :)We have that same fashion designer here, who knew. lolLove the pics.Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow
I don't really dress to impress at any time. However, those are some really beautiful horses.CD
Looks comfy to me, and love them horses, that pinto is gorgeous, hugs Barbara
Ah Gail, you're a beautiful lady no matter what you're wearing!! And in my humble (or not) opinion...who gives a rat's ass what we put on - the horses don't care! :) It's been a long time since I've been around the blogs much, but I had to check in and say hello. And might I add that I absolutely LOVE what you've done with your blog!! It's gorgeous!! Mine's just the same and positively boring. So glad to hear that you're doing well and all your family and critters too.
You don't dress for success on the farm. That's funny. For me, that's an understatement. You probably saw my post about my rubber boots that I lined with Walmart bags because they sprung a leak, lol.
I'm out of place here, I'm from town and dress like a townie. I did pay attention to the horses a little bit. I like your top!
You know what I love about these photos?The absolute love and happiness on your face as you stroke and talk to your horses.You look just beautiful and I feel quite teary. Those are lucky horses. Sarah x
It's nice to see your smiling face, girlie! I can see how much those horses love you by these photos!
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