Monday, January 18, 2010

Snow Day

There's no better reason to do only the bare minimum than a snowy day.
The horses certainly enjoyed the fresh snow.

The leaning tower of morgan.

Meanwhile, Morgan spent a good part of the day practicing to be the next Duff Goldman.
A little Cake Boss on the TV for proper motivation.


Coffeypot said...

Beautiful pictures, both human and animal. I went horseback riding this summer in VA while on vacation. After not being on one in over 30 years, I was almost in traction. It would take a lot of serious riding before these old muscles would corporate.

Lori said...

The horses look like they are having such a good time. John's jealous of all your horses. He fancies himself a horse whisperer because he worked with horses at a summer camp for years. Somehow, that doesn't seem resume worthy.

Morgan's cake rocks!

Brian Miller said...

wow. those horse shots are phenomenal! and the cake topper, amazing!

Frank Irwin said...

Nice pics!

It was in the 70's here today. I guess we've had our week of winter.

MtnMama said...

Gorgeous. We still have residual snow on the ground, but our weekend was in the low 50s, which was welcome, because we've had plenty of snow days already. I'd love to ride again, it's been years.

Bev said...

Beautiful photos, Mala! Glad you enjoyed a nice, quiet snow day!

Anonymous said...

Love the pics! The horses look so happy and majestic.

otin said...

I thought that I was looking at the Budweiser Clydesdales for a second!

Great pics!

onebadmamajama said...

What wonderful pictures! I'm impressed with the finished cake product! Did it taste as good as it looked?;)

calicobebop said...

Pretty horses and lovely cake! Sounds like a good time was had by all!

Mala said...

Coffeypot - Keep at it! C'mon, you need to add cowboy to your resume.

Lori - Just another reason you two have to make a trip north!!

Brian - Thank you.

Frank - shut up! (I mean that in the nicest way possible)

Mtnmama - the (barn) doors always open!

Bev - yes it was fantastic, thank you.

Brooklyn - They look happy at that moment but trust me, they get sick of this shit after awhile too.

Otin - Thank you (I won't tell the horses though - it goes straight to their heads)

OBMJ - Hmmmm, did it taste as good as it looks??? Let me think about that. Ummm, yes. But what can expect from food that is BLUE?

Calicobop - It sure was. Good times indeed.

Chris Mancini said...

Horses and snow... you could shoot a beer commmercial!

Mala said...

Chris - Welcome! Glad to see you here. That's a fabulous idea, except, well, the horses are angry drunks. Yeah, sloppy lushes!

Confessions of a Mother, Lawyer & Crazy Woman said...

First of all - LOVE the cake.

And - OMG - the photo of your "hores" [sic] made my heart sing! WOW. They are amazing! AMAZING! And laughing at "sloppy drunks", funny lady, thanks for the laugh and the eye-candy hor[s]e photos.

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