Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Macy and Katy A Year Later

I used to be scared of the horse I now consider my best friend. Macy Grey is my 4 year old Appaloosa-Quarter horse gelding. I adopted him from Harmony Meadows Equine Rescue two years ago, and in those two years I have developed a bond with him, a bond that will never be broken. He went from being a scared young horse, who was a hand full for everyone, to a more bold and friendly horse. He will now go up to almost anyone (especially if you have treats), when before he would only come up to me. Macy is what I consider my very own miracle from God. He became my best friend; he trusted me and followed me even when I wasn't sure of my self. He has made me a more confident kid. My life is so much more interesting with him in it. Either this year or next Macy and I will be going to shows together, and if we win first place or not it doesn't matter. I would just be happy we made it that far together. With the help of Mrs. Debbie my dreams for Macy and myself have taken off. Debbie is the one who walked me through everything, from how to catch him to how to side-pass him. Without her help I don't know where I would be now.

Debbie-Thank you for everything you have done for me and for Macy. I don't know if I could have done it without you. Thank you again. I love ya'll

Wednesday, February 4, 2009


Stanley is my male Siamese cat that has owned us for almost a year.

He is something else. Let's see, The breakfast bar should bear no items on it unless you want it ending up in the other part of the house. Only Stanley can tell you where.

He loves our dogs, BayBay, Dott, and Cricket. Two of the dogs are Great Pyrenees and Cricket is a Jack Russell Terrier. At 11 am Stanley and Cricket chase each other around the house for an hour or so. Around 3 pm Stanley BayBay and Dott join forces and play chase in the house. Then at bedtime Stanley curls up with Dott for some sleep.

He sticks his nose in every ones business, even in my purse.

Let the wet food be gone and you will not hear the end of his meows..

He also likes to ride around the house on my shoulders.

Life is never dull for Stanley, he makes fun out of just about anything.

He is a One-Of-A-Kind of cat.