Thursday, August 13, 2009

I sold a horse, my black colt Celeborn. He is a beauty... here's his photo. The second photo is with Jerusalem, my stallion.

I will miss Celeborn. He's the sweetest colt. Jerusalem is a great influence on colts. Celeborn is not his son, but he raised him anyway. He insists the young boys are mannerly in general and polite to humans. When I am in the corral, Jerusalem will not allow the colts to be rude or bratty around me.

So when the people came to see Celeborn, we all stood in the corrral with both horses who tried to nudge each other out of the way to get the most hugs. I love working with Friesians and Andalusians. Both breeds are so sweet, intelligent, and people oriented. Celeborn is going to a great home - that's wonderful to know.

6 comments:

Pam Warden Art said...

WooHooo! I've found the blog of Wendy, my Wendy (long story but in a nutshell, I left the road and music when I was saved many years ago, just as I was playing the bigger stages and was seen by just the right person...I walked away, to serve God, to raise my family and be at home. Then God gave me new music to listen to called, Wendy and Mary, and Don Francisco and Keith and Melody Green. "...centuries have gone by, Jesus walks with His beloved on a mountain..." Then I too began to write new music, which glorified Him). Fast forward, my children are grown, I have disease in my hands, ( I can still play a bit, but just a bit for the pain). I am working as an artist/watercolor.
What a wonderful and unexpected blessing today to be sitting in my kitchen, at my laptop, writing a note to you:) Deirdra said that you are on MySpace but I've rattled around there unsuccessfully trying to figure it out...then I followed the rabbit trail of wwww's and http's and finally, here I am, happy as a clam, for your songs, His songs sound in my head as much as my own. I know Welcome Home as well as I breathe Amazing Grace :)Sorry this is so long, but I just keep looking at my comment and want to add more and more and...
With much love and blessings dear sister in song,
Pam
http://faithfolk.blogspot.com

Pam Warden Art said...

Not a stalker, promise :)
Just want you to know that I put something especially for you and my readers at http://faithfolk.blogspot.com except the horse is white...
More hugs sent your way,
Pam

Bella said...

Hi Wendy, I just saw your God and Dog video and think it is MARVELOUS. I went to your web page and saw that you are a horse lover, like me, and read about your breed. We just bought our first Peruvian Paso horses and already have a Saddlebred (our 24 year old thoroughbred died this past spring). Can you tell me the differences/similarities between your horses and the Peruvians? Thanks so much, Roz

Bella said...

P.S. Wendy, I forgot to also add that "your horses are simply beautiful" someday just stop by for a blog visit (mostly about Italian cuisine), but a few chats about my horses (there's a side index so you don't have to cursor through the whole blog). ~ roz
http://bellavita-bellasblog.blogspot.com

AngelsInTheLandfill said...

coool, i love Fresians, used to have a lot of warmbloods and tb offtrack rescues on my farm,(only 1 Fresian tho) so nice ground manners were a must-have with these big beauts. and most of them did - once they settled in :-) my mare was their disciplinarian - gentle but firm with what they could do around other humans in general and her momma in particular!
LOVE the DoG/GoD vid, just awesome. you'd like my book, i think: Angels in the Landfill (i talk quite a bit about animals as part of God's creation, and also how some about how formal religion can indeed restrict women and others to a degree...oh i could go a soapbox on that one but preachin' to the choir on that one lol) but yep, i find God in nature, Creation and the critters.
take care and vaya con Dios!

Lucky Girl said...

Beautiful guy! I'm sure you'll miss him. I go around sad for awhile everytime one of my babies goes to their new home.