Monday morning got you feeling down? These GIFs from Eventing Nation are sure to put a smile on your face.
Watch them at 10 GIFS of Horses Having a Bad Day.
This looks like a lot of fun!
There’s been so much interest in my horse wreaths posts that it inspired me to to make my own horse-related decorations. I had intended to make a horseshoe wreath but it was difficult to find shoes that were matching in size (my farrier made a donation to my crafting efforts) and the sheer weight of that many horseshoes was daunting.
I decided to go small scale and decorate individual shoes. First my husband helped me by removing the clips, then I scrubbed them up and sprayed them with gold paint. After that, I let my imagination run wild.
These first ones are for a silent auction fundraiser for my hunt club, but I had so much fun that I’m planning to make a few more for friends (and one for myself, of course!)
What do you think?
Welcome to the December 3, 2013 edition of carnival of the horses. I hope that all my readers had a wonderful Thanksgiving or Hanukkah. I’m sorry that I’m a little late in posting this month’s Carnival. The holiday weekend left me with some catching up to do. However, it’s worth the wait — some wonderful posts featured this month!
L. Williams presents Viva Carlos Book Review: Form Over Fences posted at Viva Carlos.
SheMovedtoTexas presents Model Horse Showing I – My Hobby Confession posted at She Moved to Texas.
SheMovedtoTexas presents Don’t Wait | Horse Blog in the Lone Star State posted at She Moved to Texas.
Susan Friedland-Smith presents 1982 Letter to Santa | Saddle Seeks Horse posted at Saddle Seeks Horse.
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of carnival of the horses using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
Lovely video from Rebecca Manley. I think it sums it up neatly for all of us horse-aholics. Without a horse in your life, there’s definitely something missing.