tonight. Below, you will see several (NINE) daily NEW photo's. Hope you like them. I enjoyed
posting them for you!
Use your eyes, your heart, your soul, and analyze. Look deeply into each photo. I hope, they bring a smile to your face.
If you do like them, I would love to know you do!
Here is a beautiful little colt that wishes to tell you which way to go! Let's go this way!!!
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My horse, Beau that passed away, had the most unusual birth mark right on his cheek. It was pretty amazing, actually. I know you hear me all of the time tell you about the soul of the eyes. Well, even through his forelock, his eye penetrates through.
Yes, there is ice in his mane. A cold day here in SC.
I miss him so much.
I needed to smile, after Beau's passing. I looked at the events here in my city of Aiken. I came across something that I thought, would do the job. The possibility of seeing a baby horse. A foal. A colt, or filly! Oh, yes. This, could possibly do it. It was a fund raiser. I am not informed enough to talk about these poor infant foal's that need a home. But, you can read about it here:
Learn how Dream Equine is using rescued mares as “foster moms” for orphan foals with the help of Hormone Induced
Lactation! VISIT: www.dreamequinetherapycenter.org
This was a one month, little filly named Zoe. :) Maybe, it was a good thing they didn't show me how to adopt her? I would
have. In honor of Beau. Maybe, if they see this post, they might contact me. She is absolutely beautiful, with a full white blaze (as they call it) on her forehead. Isn't she "all that?" Hope you like her, and like this post, to spread the word for this organization.
Beau was doing well. Then in one day, he couldn't put any weight on his back left hoof that was in laminitis, or hopefully recovering. I didn't know what was happening or why. I thought the coffin bone was turning more and this is what was causing his pain. The next morning, the 10 banamine, and 2 bute didn't seem to comfort him. I looked at his back left hoof and their was a secretion coming out of the coronary band that is right below his furt that connects to his hoof. In the horse world, this is called an abscess. They happen often. What I didn't know, was what would happen so soon in the afternoon. The abscess in this hoof broke the skin all of the way across his coronary band in the front of his hoof. This meant (I learned later) that his hoof would then slough off. Fall off if you will. Beau was in the first time in seven months in severe pain. He had sweat above his eyes and below. There was no way in the entire world that I would let him be in any ANY
ANY ANY ANY pain. My vet, Dr. Michael Brown came and I said, this was the time. Beau didn't run, he just stood. His eyes were no longer bright. I couldn't stand it. He had never been like this before with his will to live. I would not have my horse in pain. Dr. Brown administered the sedation, and then, the injection to let him sleep. Beau, fell silently to the ground. He was instantly in heaven. Dr. B. said he has never seen a horse pass so quickly. Oh, he did, because he had new care takers waiting!!!! Beau was one amazing horse. Even in all of his pain he would accept all medicine, and handling of his feet in the pain. I hate, hate, that he is no longer of this world, but, he is safe, and in no pain. Right after he passed away, all of the strain, the sweat, was just GONE from his face. It was amazing. So, below, see the beautiful interaction of his friend Nugget. Nugget in the first clip is a bit upset with Beau at the end. But, then you will see his pawing on Beau's grave, and then coming back to roll.
A good ending to help me.
Thank you for all of your replies on FB.
Means a lot.
Beau was an exceptional horse, and God knows, he is lucky that he has him.
God also knows, that I was lucky to ha
Below, is a video of a few days ago when Beau came up to his friend at the fence line and touched noses. He had a bit of trouble at this point walking, but they connected.
Below, is after Beau was laid to rest. I then let Nugget out of the arena adjacent to this. He then galloped and whinnied. He then came back to the ground where Beau was. You can see him pawing. He then took off in another gallop.
In the below video, Nugget returns to his friend's Beau's grave site. He lies down, and rolls on his grave.
He then, is alright.
A photo of my horse Beau. He is looking up to the heavens. Where he is now.
I love you Godfather's Beau Dancer!!! You are and always will be an amazing part of my life. So lucky to have you in it. Your my guy....
If you have a heart. If you have love. You will know, what this horse is telling you.
He is in pain.
With all of the money that is spent in the world of polo, why can't they learn to ride their horse's without reins, and with their legs? They would have the most amazing horses in the world.
Ponies awaiting to be saddled for their turn in the game. How many hooves can you count? Are their any human ones in this photo?
I like the color dynamics of this photo. For some reason, it makes me keep looking to see more. The color to me is calming.
A rant if you will let me... never mind.
Just thought I would vent here but realize it would take away from what should be appreciated!
Hope you like my photo, and can put adverse happenings in your life on the back burner for a second...
Take time to view what makes you happy. I hope, my photo makes you "see, and smile." Most importantly, I hope you immerse yourself into the photo where the outside world is non existent. Just like reading a great book. Take time to enjoy.
you live all the time In the back of my mind. Every night, every day. That's where you still play. In the back of my mind.
FLEETWOOD MAC - IN THE BACK OF MY MIND LYRICS
The photograph below depicts every thought in our mind. It is never ending. Especially, when a loved one has passed. They, are always, with us. In the back of our minds. I hope you like this photograph, for to me, it is surreal, and dream like. In the back of our mind, my mind... everyone's mind.