Just who exactly is this Riley fellow anyway? Hmmm? If somebody knows, I'd really appreciate an introduction, and a little time for a heartfelt conversation with him/her...whomever, because I surely would enjoy an opportunity at that kind of life.
Boy howdy wouldn't I!? :)
Good grief...Eagle must have taken some lessons from Riley. This horse shore nuff knows how to relax and take life easy!! Ya think?
Either that, or rigor mortis has set in and I just don't know it yet. No!!
Eagle...what, who said that? Did I miss something? I was having the most amazing dream...yawn.
Come to think of it, Ladde looks pretty darned relaxed too, doesn't he? He's even got his little woman to watch over him whilst he sleeps. Sleeping beauties, sheesh!
It certainly does make me smile to see my horses so obviously relaxed and enjoying life. But also just a tad jealous too. I'm just sayin'!
If I believed in reincarnation and all that, I'd be asking God if I could come back as one of my horses, or even better - one of my dogs! Now that's the life!! :)
My wish for today is that all animals have that kind of life. The life of Riley!
Apparently, some dumbass cowboys are once again, trying to make arrangements for a donkey roping somewhere down south, Texas or Oklahoma I think. We stopped them last year, and I'm sure hoping we can put an end to their barbaric shenanigans once and for all. If you're interested in coming to the assistance of so many kind, intelligent, innocent donkeys who deserve better than to be roped and jerked off their feet by some jerk on a horse, please visit "The Dancing Donkey" blog. The author of that blog has kindly listed contact information and several links so we can put an end to this "sport". Some things in life are just "no brainers". This certainly is one of those things. Please do whatever you can to help. They cannot ask for themselves.
Lorie @ Cingspots