Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Eat my dust

I love Sunday afternoons. My weekend errands and chores are done and I can kick back, pull up a chair in the corral, and enjoy a few peaceful moments in the sun. This usually lasts about a minute, then one or more of my pals comes over to visit.

Me: Don't give me that look, Hank. George was here first.


Me: George, you cannot get any closer, now please stop trying.


Hank: Time's up, George. It's my turn.


George: Eat my dust.

24 comments:

  1. Awwww...your animals are all so loving! They just wanna be with 'ya! :-)

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  2. HA! I think those boys would sit on your lap if they could ;-) George needs a dust buster eh :D
    signed
    Theresa in Alberta

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  3. I love your life! You have some great companions too!

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  4. *koff koff* Guess the dust baths are working.

    Just wanted to let you know I've made your easy bread recipe twice now. The first time was so easy and so successful I immediately tried a more traditional recipe...which failed miserably. So back to the easy one!

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  5. Nancy in NC1/25/11, 6:43 AM

    Another great post! You're absolutely right, George couldn't get any closer - that is sooo cute! Did you see my late post on the "gym" blog? You know it's true - it's that bread! But man, it is yummy....

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  6. Would you like to borrow a little snow so George can have a snow bath? It works really well..... Velvet always leaves dirty snow after she rolls!

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  7. That last picture did it to me! Forgot how dry and dusty your area is!

    They sure love you. :)

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  8. Very cute. I'm surprised they don't try to actually sit on your lap.

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  9. Are your skies really that blue?? Wow...just...wow.

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  10. Looks like George is wanting a donkey butt rub!!

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  11. My brother once asked me if horses had personalities....this post made me think of that!
    Love your adoring animals and it's very clear how much they love you!

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  12. A fine way to spend a Sunday!
    I'm guessing the burro brothers have a Swiffer beat, hands down.

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  13. Aaaah....brings back fond memories. *smile*

    Totally envious of that beautiful blue sky, btw....

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  14. This is Lucy, just wanted to know how old the boys are? I'm 11 this year..I just know it's going to be a GOOD year for me.

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  15. Now that's love! A donkey butt!!
    :)

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  16. Lucy, the burrito brothers will be 5 years old in the fall, and Hank is 18.

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  17. I believe you are getting the stink eye on the 1st picture!

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  18. Awwww, I was totally sitting there next to you in spirit! Only it was a brown-black donkey hiney that had presented itself to me for scratchin'. lol
    :-)

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  19. I'm thinking you need a dance card, huh?

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  20. I can't believe they actually left your magazine alone while you took your pictures. They are definitely camera hogs. Silly boys.

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  21. Love the hairy knee shot! Looks like an awesome day in N.M.!!

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