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Sunday, March 27, 2011

Sunday Stills The Color Blue

This week I am finally back to participating in the Sunday Stills Challenge.  It is all about the color blue with no archives and no sky.  The sky here all this week has been an ucky grey/white color so thats not a big deal for me.  I came up with all pony things again this week, of course.  First off is Razz in her dark blue blanket.  She is standing in a snow bank here.


Then I went to put on my boots and remembered they were blue as well, lot lighter than my pony though.


Then after riding I took off my touque and gloves(these are not my riding gloves, but outside chore gloves )  and they both are blue as well.


Then while feeding Razz, I looked at the new bag of cookies I got for her and the bag is blue too!  I never got licorice before, ussually pepermint, but they sure seemed to like them.



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9 comments:

Lori Skoog said...

Love those boots!

dibear said...

I'm with Lori, LOVE the boots. :)

Shirley said...

Blue and horses just seem to go together!
Just looking at all that snow makes me feel blue...

gtyyup said...

Yuck...look at all that snow!! Hope you get some warmin' soon.

Like everyone else...I LOVE your boots!

Brenda said...

I've always loved teal and torquoise, and these boots remind me of that shade of blue!

oneoldcowgirl said...

Why is it horses like licorice so much? Is it a taste they know or something different I wonder.

MTWaggin said...

I'd like to snatch those boots! I like how you framed up the photo of them too! Razz looks like she is saying "Make it stop Mom I'm tired of snow".

BrownEyed Cowgirls said...

Love the boots too.

Gee-really weird, I haven't seen any of your recent posts show up on my blog roll and I pop in and here I have missed several posts. Backreading now. ;-)

DayPhoto said...

Razz does look like she is sick of the snow...NO MORE PLEASE!

Linda
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