Failed plans and horses

Remember how I was on the show on Thursday, and said that I would be writing about my backyard gardening designs today? Well, I had this wonderful master plan that involved creating several colorful images of my design using SketchUp (love that program, maybe I’ll post about it some day), with a bunch of little hydroponic planters with pumps, pipes, nutrient solution and lovely calla lilies growing out of each one; maybe some informative tags attached to important parts so it would be easy to see what is what.  But as they say, if you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans.  So instead of showing you plans of little hydroponic planters with pumps, pipes, nutrient solution and lovely calla lilies growing out of each one; maybe some informative tags attached to important parts so it would be easy to see what is what, I’m going to talk about horses.

You see, pretty much ever since I’d known my fiancee she has always told me she wanted a horse. She’d be ranting and raving about how pretty and majestic the animals are, and I’d pretty much resigned myself to the idea that eventually we were going to have one. She found out online that there was a litter of them for sale nearby (what do you mean horses don’t come in litters?) and she kept showing me pictures and bringing it up in a slightly less than subtle way in our conversations, so I knew that now must be the time. So without further ado, please meet Shelby.

Shelby is a single white and black female. Her life is going through some stressful changes right now but that doesn’t mean she’s not up for adventure!

Shelby loves to play tug of war and likes to nibble on your thumb or toes when she’s feeling playful 😉

The conclusion you should draw from this post is that someday, I will no longer have to bang these coconut shells together as Shelby will eventually grow to be my inseparable steed on our journey through this unforgiving world. Now I’m going to sleep, if the noisy thing will let me.

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