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Happiness Is . . .

We’ve covered extensively in this blog that Jason is Canadian and is always hot. He thinks anything over seventy degrees is warm. If it is a dry day with bright sunshine he can walk around in forty degree weather in just a long sleeved shirt and feel comfortable. I cannot relate to this. At 70 degrees I’m walking around in a long sleeved shirt and feeling comfortable and I have no idea how anyone could comfortable wearing this at forty degrees.

Today Jason told me we needed another water trough. So we made a short trip to Tractor Supply Company and purchased a new 100 gallon water trough. As I came walking up to the barn this afternoon after feeding horses this was the scene:

Jason relaxing in a water trough???

I won’t lie, the first thing that went through me head was “OMG am I really married to such a redneck? Is this my life?” I know, I’m ashamed of having the thought but I’ll admit I had it. My next thought was “if a water trough is all it takes to make Jason happy I should consider myself lucky. He could have picked something a lot more expensive and high maintenance . . . like a horse.”

Happy Memorial Day to everyone. It looks like Jason may be spending his hanging out in a water trough!


Lucky, Spike and O’Reilly


Apollo and Elfin


Trigger, Tony and Levendi

Ivan and Thomas

Shed in use! Lucky, Lightening, Regis, Snappy and Slinky

Murphy and Darby


Wiz, Clay and Fuzzy

Murphy and B-Rad having a grooming session

Toledo, Johnny and Tiny

Kennedy and Rampal

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