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Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! As usual on the holidays we worked today. It was a beautiful day in middle Tennessee and I was appreciative to be out enjoying the day and working with the horses. As I walked around the farm this morning feeding and doing chores I took some time to really admire the views which are much easier to see these days with the trees missing their leaves. I am blessed to own and work in such a beautiful place (although I will admit to complaining about it on rainy days).

I have so much in my life and much to be thankful for. I have far too many people in my life who deserve to be thanked individually, but if you are reading this thank you for all the support, either virtually or in “real life.” I have many blessings, and today was a beautiful day to appreciate all of them.


As I walked along the driveway from the back of the farm towards the front I was very thankful for this view

Maisie, Cinnamon, Norman, MyLight and Calimba coming on the run for Thanksgiving breakfast

Tony was pretty fascinated with our visitor yesterday

Lucky and O’Reilly having a nice Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving breakfast: Chili, Murphy, B-Rad, Sam, Lighty, Clay, Renny

another Thanksgiving meal; Hoffy, Sparky the donkey, Bonnie, Sky and Miracle

B-Rad says he his thankful to be back

Fabrizzio, Walden, Thor and Noble

Romeo, Chimano, Faune and Winston


Fuzzy and Sebastian

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