Edgar Rice Burro, Bon Vivant.

I think we all knew it was only a matter of time. Edgar wanted me to wait to make this announcement, until after the award show season (Oscars, Golden Globes, etc.) He didn’t want to steal the thunder from his friends. (Best Ass in a Supporting Role- it isn’t one of the on-camera presentations.) Newsflash: … Read more

Everyday Dressage.

Dressage is an equine discipline of beauty, partnership and art. YouTube is full of spectacular videos of elite horses and riders. When Blue Hors Matinee’s freestyle was viral, a dozen non-horse friends sent me the link. I hear Moorlands Totilas has groupies like the rock star that he is, but my personal favorite will always … Read more

You Might as Well Enjoy the Ride.

We had an Introduction to Driving clinic at Infinity Farm last weekend. It was a fun group ready for a new experience. Our schoolmaster donkey-boys taught the clinic, along with me and Lisa. Participants asked my favorite question about driving. “What do you do if you have a runaway?” The traditional answer, passed down from … Read more

Donkey Church

“Do you ever wake up and wonder how your life got you to this day? Oh well, no time to daydream. Off to church with the donkeys.” That was my Facebook post, and my friend responded, “Donkey church or donkeys take you to church?” Neither. Actually the donkeys get invited every year (last year.) But … Read more

Weekly Photo Challenge: Lines

Between the Lines The weekly photo challenge this week: Lines. When I started this challenge through WordPress, I gave myself some parameters. All photos had to be with my phone and related to my life at Infinity Farm. Who would imagine that so many of the idea prompts  would be equine related?? The most challenging … Read more

Itching and Shedding.

Finally and at last, the ice on the pond has thawed and birds have returned. It’s our spring break. My elderly, domestic ducks waddle off to the pond with a very officious gait, business-like in their bathing.  They quack around with wild ducks, exchanging opinions. Mine are easy to tell apart, they swim much lower … Read more