All the Pretty Little Horses

Posted: May 10, 2013 in I am so awesome, Life, Uncategorized
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Let me tell you a little story, y’all.

Once upon a time, in a galaxy far, far, away, Mom and I were driving home. We crested the top of our abnormally steep driveway, and were met with the sight of…horses. At least a dozen of them. Grazing in our backyard. Like they owned the place.

Now, this isn’t such a strange occurrence, because our next-door neighbors have a herd of Arabian horses that live in a pasture right by us. We stare at them all day (the horses, not the people). But in our yard? That’s a completely different scenario.

I can tell that you’re shaking your head in disbelief. So, two things:

  1. Please stop shaking your head. You could dislodge your brain.
  2. Lookee here:019


…This is legit, peeps. The situation was made even more hilarious by the fact that all of the horses were just peacefully grazing. Not stampeding or any of that crap (which is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear, “The horses have gotten loose!” Be honest. Most everybody thinks that instinctively.). I was laughing the entire time I was taking pictures of the cute little horsies. (Side note: aren’t they beautiful? :))

So anyway, this whole scenario was so funny that I absolutely had to share it with y’all. This is certainly country living at its utmost.

As for a moral of the story…uh…how ’bout…Crazy things happen. Embrace the moment. And take pictures of everything. Y’all. How’s that?

But anyways, see ya.

  1. Amanda says:

    Awww. They are beautiful. And that is so funny. :)

  2. Ivy says:

    LOL! That’s hilarious!

  3. Paulina Czarnecki says:

    That’s happened to us before :) Once with my neighbors’ miniature ponies and once with my other neighbors’ horse. :) We’re kinda wannabe country, more in the suburbs, but it was still funny. :)

  4. Lauren Elizabeth says:

    WHY WAS I NOT HOME FOR THIS??? Seriously the greatest.

  5. Erin says:

    LOL! Want to send the horses down our way? I’d be happy to have them grazing in my yard. :D

  6. L. Palmer says:

    Most horses, when the get out, will prance around a bit, and then find a good snack. Your lawn must be tasty.

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