I grew up in a small town where, if one did not have a horse….well…everyone DID have horses, so that’s a moot point. I spent many, many hours during my childhood and teen years barrel racing, both for fun and in competitions on Friday nights at the “Play Day” rodeo practice in a nearby town. Bet I could still do it today if I had a horse. I miss it! Anyway….my friend, Tommy just sent me this video. Said he thought of me. Ha. ha.
Thanks, Mr. W! 🙂
Day #2 in her new home, and our sweet little honey bee has adjusted beautifully! Beatrix is a live wire and definitely on top of her game! I am already head over heels in love with her….and owe a bucket of love to the person that talked me into getting her. I took B. to Ingrid’s preschool this afternoon and all the children got to meet her. She was shy for the first 30 seconds, then lavished everyone with puppy kisses galore! She loved it there, and was so GOOD!
She is a great little dog. The children loved her and it was so much fun to witness their enthusiasm!
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Of course, by the end of the day, she was completely exhausted. She is lying in her bed in front of the fireplace as I write this. Look! She has a little smile on her face. This has been a great day!
I am grateful today. So grateful. We are all smiles around here these days.
There is no reason why environmental scientists and nature conservationists should not dye elephant tusks pink. Let’s not wait for one more killing. Pink tusks say, “NO!” to poachers, “There is no value.” To tourists pink says, “Support wildlife. We are heading for extinction.”
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