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  •  You and Wing have a new friend for ever now (9+ / 0-)

    I can't imagine he will ever leave again. Beautiful horse, such a mellow fellow.  

    Bless you both and Miskwaki too, he gave you much already in return. He made you smile and it is so good to see you holding the horse and being happy.

    •  He is very mellow. And very polite. (9+ / 0-)

      Of course, I had a little grain in my hand to persuade him to leave the alfalfa for the round pen, but still . . . .  Unlike ours, he drops back a step behind me to bring his head around near the hand where I'm holding the grain, but he never gets invasive.  Our two younger ones just head-butt you at whatever spot on your body is most readily available when they want something like that. :-D

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      by Aji on Wed May 08, 2013 at 08:53:51 PM PDT

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      •  like your own kids, one is head-butting, the (2+ / 0-)
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        other is following you like your shadow, always just even touching slightly your hand to say "I don't want to bother you, but I am still here and love you".

        You have such amazing way to choose your words.  My dog Sasha is like that, very mellow and now as she gets older, a little bit more sure of herself to get all funny and teasing and playful for short moments. My son has picked her. She was a rescue and my son is so proud to have "sensed' out that dog among a bunch of 30 or so others. It was a quiet, shy love from the very beginning.

        Love the way you tell a story, Aji.

        •  Thank you, darlin'. (1+ / 0-)
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          In the photos, I had a tiny little bit of grain in my hand, as I said elsewhere. But he's got good manners; he doesn't try to grab it.  We hadn't planned on getting the photos that day.  But Wings saw how sweetly he was following along with me, and ran back into the studio to grab his camera. :-)

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          by Aji on Thu May 09, 2013 at 03:54:50 PM PDT

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