a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Horseless

I headed out with bread and dog food.  They met me.  Neither one of them liked the dog food but the blue haltered guy liked bread.
I was no long a stranger.
Girl came so close
and so did Blue Halter
I walked 
They followed closely...yes, that's my hair.  
Taking pictures over my shoulder as we walked.
They were happy here
now they have gone home.
I shall miss them but glad they came to visit.

The wind of heaven is that which blows between a horse's ears.  ~Arabian Proverb

20 comments:

Buttons Thoughts said...

Oh they will come back now:) Hug B

TexWisGirl said...

sweet.

Lynne said...

Where did these two come from?

gld said...

I thought you had horses of your own?

They may come again if you feed them.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Hope that means the owner came and claimed them.

Country Gal said...

And now you have wonderful photos of them to look back on . I think they will be back for a visit lol ! I do like the blue halter photos ear perfectly forward and such a pretty face ! Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

Sandra said...

they are truly beautiful horses and your photos are fantastic of them. glad they are home but i know you are sad and will miss them

Karen S. said...

Oh I like that quote, and they sure are both beautiful! We had three horses pay us a visit when we first moved here, so I know just how excited you were!

Linda Kay said...

Gail, I hope they have gone "home". But they certainly weren't wild, since they took to you so well. I'll bet you are sorry to see them leave.

Linda Wildenstein said...

Gone but not soon forgotten. Friends of the heart.

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

This is so poignant. What a sweet time you had with them...and they with you.

Sketching with Dogs said...

Did somebody come and collect them or did they just wander off?
Lynne x

C-ingspots said...

They do have that special gift of bringing joy, don't they? Glad you got you some horsey time Gail!

DesertHen said...

Guess they were out for a romp and found the right place to visit! =)

Dreaming said...

How wonderful to gain their trust to the degree that you did.
I hope they have gone to a good home.
I love your proverb. I used to put that on greeting cards.

LindaG said...

*hugs*
Glad they brought a smile to your face for a while. ♥

Lowcarb team member said...

Oh Gail ... I've so enjoyed the photo's you've shared on these two posts, and the name 'blue halter' is just perfect.

I wonder if they may come back? Wouldn't it be wonderful if they did.

All the best Jan

Lee said...

Horses are wonderful animals...I love them. :)

Susan Kane said...

Sorry to see them saunter away. Who owned them? How did they escape?

Susan Anderson said...

It makes me happy to think of these horses wandering your way…a special Christmas gift.

=)

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