“Birthday Girl" is a little filly that was born on the Dick’s Birthday.
It was a Saturday morning and I noticed Jack had a bummed up nose from fighting with Elvis through the kennel, and that just can’t be!
So Little Cowgirl and I headed to the Lovell Building center to get some plywood and some paint.
Originally we had decided on a sandy brown or off white color. But faced with all those pretty paint swatches we ended up with Caribbean Blue. Why? Well, I want to tell you because the calming blue color will help maintain my dogs’ zen, but I think dogs are color blind. So it is blue because we think it is pretty!
It was about 30 degrees outside, which I don’t think is technically warm enough to paint, so I set up in the warmest spot of the barnyard. Right in front of the barn. Which is, of course, where we have the baby.
She was tons of help with the painting! Curious little stinker!
But don’t worry! She didn’t eat any paint. (She did chew on my hair though!)
Caribbean Blue Baby Bucking Horse. (Say that 5 times fast!)
Holly was going to come out and help me, but she decided the foal pen was no place for a little puppy.
Look at those blue whiskers!
She’s Blue Da-Ba-Di-Da-Buh-Dy Da-Ba-Di-Da-Buh-Dy Da-Ba-Di-Da-Buh-Dy
Can you tell I was a ‘90s kids? Ha
Thank you so much for joining me here at the barnyard! Come back soon!