“You knew we were dedicated to fighting the forces of evil when you hired us.”
This trio of highly motivated professionals are the Infinity Farm Type-A Aversion Therapy Team. They step in when things are just a little too perfect. It’s very serious business because dressage barns require a particular level of decorum… to be torn down, chewed on, and generally disrespected. It’s supposed to be fun, remember? It’s a natural law that for every tight-lipped, micro-managing, humor-avoidant dressage queen, there must be an equal and opposite force.
“You’re welcome. Where’s lunch?”
Anna Blake, Infinity Farm.
(WordPress Photo Challenge is a weekly prompt to share a photo–I enjoy twisting these macro prompts to share our micro life here on the Colorado prairie. My photos are taken with my phone, on my farm. No psych, definitely not high tech.)
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you’re lucky to have only three tight lipped, micro managing humour deprived dressage queen!
They are committed. And some people pay therapists…(Thanks)
Hi Anna !!!!!!! I hope you and your beautiful “family” had a most wonderful Thanksgiving. I love your blog. I loved your book ! And I love this photo…sending you hugs from D.C. (a scary place right now).
Maybe I will get to visit you some day…Kiss your four legged for me…
Thanks Nina. (We live east of Colorado Springs; it’s scary here too.) Take care and come visit.
Thank you. (They should have badges.)
LOVE! thank you.
You’re welcome. (What if the biggest danger was taking ourselves too seriously?)
Someone has to do it!
Thanks, Vicki. and you know these boys…very modest.
Love this one of the Photo Challenge. Is the left one a donkey? I did this photo challenge too.
Yes, Edgar Rice Burro’s ears are out of frame. Going to see yours now.
Thanks Anna! Love the picture. We have a mini mile and she is a love!
Sometimes I get to work with a client’s mini-mule, training her to drive. Her name is Lola Mae.
How blessed you are to have such a dedicated team on staff! ?
I am lucky, but then they feel the work is it’s own reward. (tee-hee. Thanks.)