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    12-28-2009, 04:37 PM
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Lacey fights off a "wild" glove with facial expressions and more!

I went to go see my girl today and she was being a the queen of angry faces. It was quite hilarious to me. It's the best thing ever when you're standing there, hysterically laughing, with no one around. I'm sure the people driving past thought I was on crack.

I heart my poneh. Heehee


Old dejected poneh:



I really like the way the light and contrast are in this one, it's the only reason I'm showing it. Haha



Sunshine-y pony butt!



Lacey kinda maybe has a halo.



"I came over to you so you could put my halter on. NOT traumatize me. Seriously."



"Since you insist on continuing to torture me, I SHALL BRING OUT THE CUTE BOMB!!!! Wahahaha"



'C'mon woman, let me out of this dingy arena"



"Fine, I can wait as long as you can."



"If that's the way you're going to be, I'll open the gate for you! I know you push it so I'm going to try."




And that was your installment of the cute, ornery little old lady named Lacey. Haha
     
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    12-28-2009, 04:41 PM
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Yearling
Haha! She's so cute!! I just love ponies!
     
    12-28-2009, 04:46 PM
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Showing
Sweet! The glove almost looks like a reindeer antler
I stand and talk to my girls all the time. I'm sure people who drive by think I'm nuts too
     
    12-28-2009, 04:53 PM
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I stand and talk to my girls all the time. I'm sure people who drive by think I'm nuts too
My boyfriend thinks Im nuts. I think my mom thought I was special when I had this epiphony a few years ago, I realized horses can't talk. I always interpret their expressions as saying something. So it took me a while to realize I was having a one sided conversation. (BTW I am 23 LOL.)
     
    12-29-2009, 12:48 AM
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Weanling
I talk to my horses like they're people, lol, and then reply to myself like they're talking back. I may be going crazy but at least I'm amusing myself in the process
Your Lacey reminds me of my old girl Penny in her personality and expressions. Old mares are the best!
Btw, I love the colour in the 2nd pic, and her expression in th 6th pic is adorable!!
     

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