Thursday, November 25, 2010

Thankful For...

...my family being safe and healthy in these freezing temperatures.

...the rest I've been given these past couple of months and the time to get caught up on my dreams.

...the good food we will be eating.

...the roof over our heads, complete with heating.

...the pitter-patter of little paws.

...the clomp-clomp of big hooves.

...the warmth of a pile of blankets.

...the steam of a hot cup of coffee.

...my blogger friends.

...and so much more...

13 comments:

Crystal said...

Happy Thanksgiving! All good things to be htankful for.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

AMEN!

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, my friend :)

~Lisa

word verif: eiges

Will there be deviled eiges on the menu, too?
lol!

achieve1dream said...

Happy Thanksgiving!!

Rising Rainbow said...

Looks like a list I could have written only I've not gotten that far yet. LOL Still visiting all my blogging buddies to express holiday wishes.

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours from me and mine!

Laura said...

Happy thanksgiving! I hope you have a nice weekend with your family!

(And all this talk of US tksgiving has me hungry for turkey! Our tksgiving was in October!)

Sydney_bitless said...

Happy thanksgiving.

Vaquerogirl said...

Happy Thanksgiving! Stay warm! BRrrr... it looks cold out there!

fernvalley01 said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family ,hope it is a day filled with love

Victoria Cummings said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your crew! I love your list of things to be grateful for - I must add that I'm grateful to not have that snowstorm. Hope you're plowed out and it's melting!

Mikey said...

Happy Thanksgiving!

Horses Are Our Lives said...

yes, many things to be thankful for! Yes, hot coffee, and pie! lol

Leah Fry said...

Happy thanksgiving, Nuz!

achieve1dream said...

Thanks for commenting on my post about Chrome. I see exact what you're seeing (fluid in front/stiff in back). I'm not going to worry about it too much but I am getting my trainer's chiropractor's info.

Chrome has never, ever tried to kick (well he lifted his leg at the dead armadillo), but I will definitely watch him. It's easy to get complacent around our horses. He's been acting pissy mostly at Zep because he knows better than to be ugly at me (although he did nip at me this morning and I'm thinking it wasn't so much playing . . .). I'll watch him and I'm going to start taking him for walks again too, so hopefully he'll start paying better attention to me. I wish I could get him gelded now, but we just don't have the money. I wish my husband's back would just get better.

Anyway thanks for letting me know about your premonition (I once had a bad feeling (not a premonition tho) about my sister riding my horse, then she fell off and broke her arm so I don't disregard bad feelings/premonitions). I will be careful around him. I'll update when I know something else about his back/legs.