It’s January first. The calendar has flipped over and I’m happy with the new numbers. New Year’s is an excellent holiday if you like fresh starts and I certainly do. Like most horse people, I’m a perfectionist, and besides, there is always something on a list I didn’t get done. I know a change on … Read more
Have I mentioned that even on this scale–war is hell.
What a strange idea for the photo challenge. Except for the fact I’ve been throwing ideas around for a book cover. You see, I’ve been working on a manuscript for a book for the last 18 months. I am finishing the final edit right now. It has been a huge undertaking and as I near … Read more
It’s Walter the Corgi, in case you don’t recognize him from this angle. The game is a combination of snowboarding and snow angel creation. He takes a speedy run and launches to a long jump, taking a quarter turn in mid-air, like a jet, and skidding over the snow far enough to reach a fresh … Read more
My Grandfather Horse had an emergency vet call this week. He’s okay now, but I’ll be even more particular in his feeding, which is already very particular. His legs are thick and tired, and his eyesight is bad. He’s an old 26 this year. The vet told me horses don’t get dementia, but I don’t … Read more
Voluptuous, Indulgent, Rubenesque. Grace with Curves. 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. No psych, definitely not high-tech.
Culture, as a verb, is to maintain conditions that nurture and grow. That’s the plan: to grow in understanding and cooperation between all species. I notice some species are easier than others. Anna Blake, Infinity Farm. WordPress Photo Challenge is a weekly prompt to share a photo- I enjoy twisting these macro prompts to share … Read more
Live a day in my life, walk a mile in my shoes, before you judge me. Well, judge sounds harsh, understand is a better word. But here is my day: Curiosity, communication and some manure. It’s a fair trade. Anna Blake, Infinity Farm. WordPress Photo Challenge is a weekly prompt to share a photo- I … Read more
I use the word forward every day. In equine terms, it defines a preferred way of moving, but Edgar Rice Burro defines forward differently: Brash, impertinent, assuming, audacious, bare-faced, bold, brazen, cheeky, confident, fresh, impudent, presuming, presumptuous, pushy, rude, sassy, smart, uppity, wise. Donkey-like. Anna Blake, Infinity Farm. WordPress Photo Challenge is a weekly prompt … Read more
Celebrating the second anniversary of Grace (aka Embrace) joining the Infinity Farm herd. This was her first llama kiss, from Belle, official horse greeter. (They told me that horses and llamas always hate each other, but it isn’t true. ) Anna Blake, Infinity Farm. WordPress Photo Challenge is a weekly prompt to share a photo- … Read more