Monday, November 9, 2009

Misty's Monday Muse

Hey la, hey la, my boyfriend's back!

Sunday morning - 08/Nov/2009

Marley had a good week at driving school, but I'm glad he's back.

Life is better, when we're together.


  1. How nice that he is back, Misty1
    It looks like his belly is just the same size as before?
    Did he have anything exciting to tell?

  2. Looks like the snow is gone, and buddies are back together relaxing - life is good!

  3. Ha ha, I just heard that song today for the first time in years and YEARS. I laughed so hard when I clicked over.

    I love that picture. What a good looking pair!

  4. Happiness...friends back together! Hooray for you two sweeties. Hope Marley had fun! I want to get a Marley for Maizie, I think. Once Upon, do you recommend this?

  5. HorseOfCourse, Ha! Yes, Marley's belly looks the same. Good thing I like my fellas short and round.

    Aurora, yep, life is good. Naps are good too.

    RuckusButt, thanks, we like each other a lot.

    juliette, Marleys (Fjords) are great family horses who can do a lot of different things; they are very versatile. They just need good, consistent leadership because they are strong willed and very smart. If you give an inch, they will take a mile. I'd look for one that has been raised well and trained well and not given the opportunity to take advantage of unknowing or non-horse folk.

  6. Oh yeah, one more thing. Marley has an exercise session scheduled in the cart today. We'll be posting about driving Mr. Marley soon.

  7. So glad to hear your boyfriends back. You both look so happy and peaceful together.

  8. It's so nice how horses can relax together. When Gabbrielle was a yearling, she spent a lot of time lying in the sun. My two older horses never laid down, unless they were rolling in dirt. Amazingly, Gabbrielle influenced them and they began lying down beside her as she slept.

  9. GreyHorse, NuzMuz, it is nice to see them so comfortable and secure. Misty is a napper and likes to go down for a nap mid-morning. It was several months before I finally saw Marley napping. Took him awhile to feel secure, I guess.