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Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Happy Tuesday Tuesday Show & Tail and More

These beautiful horses were at google images. I love each one of them. They are so regal and very unique. They are perfect for Happy Tuesday  They are also perfect for Tuesday Show and Tail. I am hopeful Angela who hosted the original blog hop will take it up again.
I Just love this google image. When I was a little girl my grandmother's cousin, Mister Kralj had a beautiful horse. I may have talked about the two of them before, but I was skittish around animals that I did not know. My grandmother and I would walk to her cousin's house, up the hill and across the Arkansas River bridge to his place. He helped me overcome the fear of horses. I was able to fed that beauty a carrot stick and a cube of sugar. Then he let me help him brush that beautiful mane on his horse. It is a wonderful memory I will never forget.
Twitter isn't my favorite social media. Actually none of it is unless you agree with all the nastiness and hatred running over. If you aren't with the side that hates, you will be targeted and bullied and the use of foul language at Twitter is just too much for me. I think of Teresa who blogged at which is now a private invitation only blog, said of social media, it is cutting and cruel .She was right. Meanwhile Maxine has a good point, the meaner they are the bigger complaints they seem to carry around.
Birds are happy and grateful. Have you noticed how they always have a song to sing?
Birds very have a care. Not one single care in the whole world.
This was so cute, I Had to share it.


Mevely317 said...

Good morning dear Anne! Those horse images still have the power to make my heart happy. When I was young(er), I'd have happily cut off a limb to own my own horse. I've even been known to climb over strangers' fences to pet one. I just don't understand Twitter; a couple years ago I signed up, then a day later deleted the whole thing. I don't even do Instagram, but enjoy visiting once in a while. Have a beautiful day!

Sandee said...

Aw on the horses. They are most beautiful. I used to ride. It was a wonderful time.

I'm not much for social media either. I have it to stay in touch with friends and family. Haters indeed.

Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

Have a fabulous day, Anne. Love and hugs. ♥

Edna B said...

I don't post anything with the media. I only share something if I think it is interesting enough, and I post videos of my granddaughter singing at the Cabaret. I don't do Tweets. If I have something to say, I say it on my blog. And I try to keep religion and politics off my blog. My family and friends know my feelings on these subjects. You have a great day, hugs, Edna B.

Brian said...

We like horses too and we do prefer real tweeters over twitter any old day!

Angela said...

I love the horse pictures! I remember that Teresa had horses. I had wondered if she was still blogging. I truly do not understand Twitter. I never got into that. I don't understand instagram either. I only joined fb because a lot of things the kids were in at school would update us on fb. I really don't care for it. I rarely see any posts for most of the people I'm friends with because there will be that one person that keeps posting throughout the day and that is all I see. Last week I finally got fed up with it and unfollowed one person. 33 posts in one day! And the day wasn't even over with. I don't want to see a picture of your mud boots while you are sitting on the ground somewhere! They should be home and not running around all day like that to begin with. lol Another friend has 3 children at home and only shares pictures of the one kid. Drives me nuts. I had to unfollow her too.


messymimi said...

His eye is on the sparrow, truly.

Those horses are beautiful, and what a lovely way to help a child overcome fear.

It made me so sad when Teresa shut her blog, if you are still in touch with her, tell her i miss her.

pilch92 said...

Horses are beautiful. That is a cute dog with a mask. I ordered my hubby a t-shirt with a cat with a mask on it.