Gosh. I can't say as I have any words for that either.
As I have said in a previous post "nice boots". You could have turned over a couple of leaves though. Is it still raining there? I can send you some snow!!!BTW visit my site and pick up your "NEW" award and post it proudly.
I recognize that view looking down.You'll be proud of me - I hyperlinked Mangia Buona restaurantThanks so much Robbyn, Joannahttp://boonedockswilcox.blogspot.com/
I'd have to echo GrayWolf on the "nice boots" comment as well as the offer of snow and 20 deg temps. I also left you an award on my blog. You must really connect with some people. stop by and pick it up some time.
Hi marigold - I know, right? But I've seen this sight so often in the last week, I just *had* to share. :-)Hi greywolf - You know, you're not the only man to ever tell me this....Hi joanna - I just came from your blog and totally saw your beautiful, new hyperlink. It made me proud. Who's robbyn, though? Do I have competition in the teaching-joanna-how-to-hyperlink department? :-)
Wow. Those look like great boots. Did you get those in Oregon?
I love that picture. Fall is such an amazing season. The physical change in the landscape as well as the emotional change I seem to encounter every year. I especially love the boots. I love to be in rubber boots because it usually means I'm outside. Oh how I need to get out of the city!
If you aren't Robbyn then I have no idea, :-) I'm easily confused. I know you are Farmgirl_dk with the donkeys out in Oregan.
I'm sending you a picture I took this summer...my good friend!!
It's been dry and in the high 70s here in central California . . . however we're in for some "wetness" next week, and may "fall" will push right into winter!Nice boots!
Hi alan - Ah, now see? Grey Wolf wasn't the first, nor was he the last! :-) (I love my boots). I also love the award you bestowed upon me. Thank you!Hey frugalmom - You, too, with the boots? Is that all you people see? LOL (And, as a matter of fact, I did get them here in Oregon. You should get some from here, too - you'll get lots of compliments on them.)Hi equine body work - I'm with you on the change of mood that goes along with the change of season. I tend to reminisce a bit more than usual. Ah, the crisp air, the changing colors...it's mind clearing. :-)Hi joanna - your comment absolutely CRACKED me up. I'm Danni, nice to meet you! :-) (I did love being defined by my donkeys, though!!)Eve - loved the picture - I want a pair of those. Seems you and I could do an entire photo album full of foot shots, eh? ;-)Hi californiagrammy - high 70's??? sigh. That is really where my heart lies - boy, do I love the heat and the sun!
I'm Robbyn! And judging by those boots and leaves and homestead that welcomes donkeys, I'd much rather be Danni sometimes :)
I have seen those before! Are they steel toed, around here with the camel I wear steel toed muck boots! Kim
Those just might have been my feet.
Those could be my feet as well...though a bit more mud! :)I am SO happy about Pistol!!!!
Nice boots - I lost one just like them in a quagmire of horse-poo many years ago.My sock was never the same.I have since moved on to city boots which are brown rubber boots with paisley print.I wonder if my goats will like them.;)
My what big leaves you have!
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