Friday, November 30, 2018

Christmas Decor. . all 3 Horses. . .Clouds, Southwest, Red Sunset, Squirrels, Birds and Minx

Christmas Decor at the front door. . . and over the light.
I called the horses out and they all came out to see m.
 Gray horse came out first.. ..
 Up close and personal. . .
 . . .he decided to find the hay.
 Buckskin came over second. . .
 Only horse without a coat. . .I love them all, 
but My fave. . .
 Brown horse next. . .he's been coming to see me
 . . . decides snack is important. . .
 . . .all 3 horses in Pasture.
So glad they know me now and we have a relationship.
 Clouds and colorful Tree.
 SOUTHWEST . . .  keep asking for ladder up.
. . .have them on retainer.
 Squirrel and Fountain. . .still needing light.
 Squirrel. . .colorful trees.
 Squirrel up close. . .Peanut in hand.
 4 of 6 birds flying in and Squirrel.
 Sunset Clouds. . .so red.
 .  . fading fast.
 Minx. . .mama opened the window. . .happy Kittah.
“It’s impossible” said pride.  “It’s risky,” said experience. “It’s pointless” said reason. “Give it a try.” whispered the Heart.Unknown

Thursday, November 29, 2018

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Squirrels, Birds, Horses, and Minx on 'her' tree

This little guy telling Kat what for. . .
from a safe place . . . . .Colorful trees.
 Squirrels around the Patio. . .Breakfast.

 Squirrel high up the tree.
 Bird was waiting for breakfast. . . .
I was waiting for killer Kat to go inside.
 Horses Buckskin and Gray.

 As you can see, the fence is taller than me
I won't be able to see them anymore when it's
done. . I will have to go out on the streets of Tulsa
to get to them . . . . and I will find a way.
 Sorry about the sunspots. . .they came right up to me.
 Mix on her Tree.
Trust but verify.

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Moon, Sunrise, Squirrel, and Horses

Twilight morning moon among the trees.

 Daytime Moon.. ..
 . . above the colorful trees.
 Squirrel being cute. . . .

 Brown horse in back pasture sees me. . .
 Brown and Gray (background).
 Brown horse.
Buckskin horse is busy eating behind the barn.
The sky is the daily bread of the eyes. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson