Sunday, May 17, 2009

Evolution of the, um, Horse....

Hey Gumby!
Quit waving to everyone, and take a look at this! It kind of looks like a horse, but something's not quite right...I think I need some help over here! Can someone tell me what's going on??


Obviously, Pokey, you haven't been here very long...this is one of those common primitive horses - it just hasn't evolved yet. Stuff like this happens all the time around here. But this one is made of something different from me....hmmmm...


Hey! I think it's related to me! I'm one of those rare "earless ponies" that people hardly ever see anymore. I'm sure glad that I can read, otherwise I'd be totally missing this conversation!!


I don't know, VanGough....I think that this fellow is going to be able to hear eventually. Those two things by his feet look like they might be ears. Besides, there's been a rumor going around that you might be the last of the earless ponies...and good thing I can type, cause I just realized I don't have a mouth!



Your speculation is over friends! I can tell you exactly what's going on here! Our Mom has been busy creating ceramic ponies that will be appearing at her Etsy shop in June! She's not too thrilled with her shop right now, otherwise she'd put in one of those handy hyperlinks for you to click on :)
(trust me, wait till June!)


Some of you loyal followers know that we have a real live horse to care for (along with a 17 year old daughter who is planning for a career in the equestrian field). Mom is hoping that the ceramic ponies will help support the dreams of that talented young girl. Right now, the goal is to own a 2nd pair of riding pants!


Don't forget about me up here, little sister...There's another daughter in the family who is planning to travel to India next January for 3 weeks on a college trip. I think I heard Mom say that she'd help out with that if she could!


Yep...without a doubt, our Mom definitely loves those girls, and she loves watching them grow up to follow their dreams! Ah...the things we do for love :)


Till Next Time...

3 comments:

Nikki said...

LOL Well, you've been busy! Or something! :) What a cute pic of the girls!! See you tonight!

Jean said...

It was a good way to pass the time while I was waiting for the kiln to finish firing last night!! I kept thinking of my high school creative writing teacher who told me that creative writing just wasn't my thing.......... :)

DJ said...

Your teacher was wrong...
I love your ponies!
And your pony prose.