Tuesday, October 2, 2012

The secret language of donkeys?

I've always assumed that donkeys use their ears just to listen, pointing them in the direction of particular sounds. 


Now I'm not so sure. 



Lucy, are you trying to spell something?



T...



V...

You want your own TV in the barn?


23 comments:

  1. That's too funny...I've always loved watching my horse's ears when I am talking to him... watching me with his ears, while I talk..so to speak!

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  2. Are you aware of the fact that your blog can make sick people well again? :)

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  3. What a laugh I got over that first thing in the morning! I'm sure Lucy wants one of those huge flat screen jobbers with ton o channels!

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  4. Don't go there...if you give her a TV you'll have to plan trail rides around her favorite shows.

    On the flipside, be sure you subscribe to RFD TV for the herd. They will love the lineup for equines! :)

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  5. I think that she is directing the clouds.

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  6. She is so beautiful!

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  7. Ok...that totally surprised me. gunna be laughing all day when it comes to mind. thank you Lucy and i hope you get your TV.

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  8. my face hurts from grinning...

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  9. Maybe Wynonna will share her TV with Lucy?

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  10. Lucy, Lucy, you and your Momma just made me laugh so loud my cats came to see what was wrong. Once they realized I was just "computering" they got up here to help me type. Thanks gals for the excellent start to the day. You never fail to entertain. Oma Linda

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  11. HA!!! What about internet Lucy?

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  12. HAHAHAHA!!!

    TV-TV-TV!!!

    Smart girl for sure.

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  13. Aw, Lucy's ears. A TV in the barn wouldn't work. You know George and Alan would take it apart.
    Lucy...can you spell swimming pool?

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  14. Your brain is too funny!!!

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  15. Carol in N. Colorado10/2/12, 10:46 AM

    A big flat screen TV on the wall with satellite, RFD-TV, surround sound, internet capabilities is just what they need. Forget the trail rides the first month or so. Oh my!! Surfing donkeys. lmbo

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  16. I thought maybe she could be an air traffic controller. You made me laugh out loud on this one! Thanks, I needed that!

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  17. Her own personal Tee Vee. You could tune in while doing all the barn chores.
    Great post, Carson.

    Best always, Sandra

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  18. She certainly won't need an anntenae for reception! Seriously though, tell Lucy thanx for making me laugh. I needed it badly!

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  19. Such a ham you are.
    :)

    Have you ever said what kind of camera you use? You have great pics!

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  20. An American in Tokyo10/2/12, 8:31 PM

    Love your blog!! I always look forward to it every morning!!

    Thank you for cheering up my day with your ears, Lucy!! =)


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  21. If I need a laugh ... I know exactly where to go!

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