In-sights into moving from an Acreage back to Town, plus a few things I find of interest.
Two things that horses are scared about:
1. Things that move
2. Things that don't move
Yippee! More sun for my very northern friend! Merry Christmas to you and all of yours!
What a beautiful picture!Merry Christmas to you and your family. May Gods' hand of favor and blessing rest upon you and yours. : ) Terri
Merry Christmas, Ian!Here's to a wonderful day for you and your family!Kim
Merry Christmas! That photo is gorgeous!(Wait, did that just rhyme? :O)
Texan has left a new comment on your post "Merry Christmas!": I am with ya, we are going the right direction now! Bring on those longer sunny days!Merry Christmas and a Healthy Happy New Year to you! Gregg has left a new comment on your post "Merry Christmas!": HAPPY HOLIDAYS BROTHER TO YOU AND YOURS!!!!I have appreciated you and you have been a blessing to me this past year, thank you!
You have the shortest and we have the longest day of the year. God Bless you and your wife and family this Christmas Ian. Blessings C.M.
Brother IanI hope you and your family had a Wonderful Christmas celebration.Happy New Year from (rainy) Southern California.God Bless You and stay warm ~Ron :-)************************
I love your optimism! I'm with you, now that Christmas is in the rear-view, BRING ON SPRING! Oh well, we'll have to make it past a few more months of ice first. Happy new year to you on the acreage.
Best to your home from ours.
Yeehaw for longer days!
Ian,Happy New Year to you and all your beloved ones!! Thank you for reading my poems and visiting my blog!!I love the pictures you post in here.You have a wonderful life with all your loved ones. God bless you all!!Have a wonderful and happy new year, and for many more to come ahead!!All the best,Starry Dawn.
Ian,I love your animals. They look great!!God bless them all!!Happy New Year!!All the best,Starry Dawn.
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