Today Hubby is home!  Yay!

I get to go to the dump and then work a bit.

Tonight, a BBQ!


Such unusual markings!

Such unusual markings!


Baby Black Panther.

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Baby Seal. Too cute. Looks like my Uncle.

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Very cool hermit crab house!

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click to enlarge. Oldest Pet.

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Every single zebra had different stripes!


Proud (scary) Mama.

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Very cool image (sorry for the internet garbage on this pic – I couldn’t get it off)

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Mother Nature.

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Love the nose!

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My fav.

glider joey

Glider joey – too cute.



Another piece to support Ms. Mama Tess!

This is a lovely real turquoise nugget crochet necklace with Chrysoprase nuggets, labradorite stone closure, sterling St. Francy “Watch Over Me” sterling pendant and a sterling handmade heart charm.  19″  This piece is hearty but elegantly subtle.

To Purchase real turquoise nugget crochet necklace with Chrysoprase 19″ for $142, click here!

(If the link doesn’t work, the piece has sold…  MT and I Thank you!!!)

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Click to enlarge

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I am wearing it here. It is the third one down. The nuggets are a nice size!

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5 comments have been posted...

  1. dawndi Post author

    Of the colored Morgans, Palomino is the oldest color that breeders have been experimenting with … but my Morgan breed genetics opinion respectfully stands.

  2. bossmare

    I proudly own 2 palomino Morgans of exceptional breeding, exceptional conformation, exceptional temperament. These are using horses. They are Morgan through and through. You might want to do a little more research into colour genetics and the Morgan breed.

  3. Laura Behning

    To be honest, I found the comments on this subject to be ignorant- ignorant of the color history in the Morgan breed (which, having stemmed from a single stallion, has been colorful from the beginning, as mares of many colors were bred to Justin) and ignorant of color genetics in general. PLEASE read and study the Morgan Colors website- which explains the genetics behind and sources of each of the colors found in the Morgan breed. Splash, the pinto pattern represented by the mare you commented on above (my photo BTW) hides VERY WELL- there are heterozygous splashes with nothing more than a tiny star in our breed.

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