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I mean really, what’s the point of having a big, giant farm if you don’t fill it up with at least 1 of every single species of animal on the planet?

LOL, but seriously.  I think that may be Brandon’s evil plan… (I can hear him “muhahaha-ing”)

When it was just me, I was totally OK with a farm full of ponies and 1 perfect dog, my beloved Grayce (my blog!… Continue Reading

So… it’s been a minute or 2 since i’ve blogged.  Wellllll, more like 2 years – eek!

Although my website hasn’t reflected it, there has been a LOT going on at the barn!!!  I was thinking recently about how much i’ve missed writing and keeping the world (or my little world at least) updated on all the amazing, difficult, heart wrenching, beautiful and hilariously fun things going on around my little piece of heaven… the Green Barn.… Continue Reading

So my friend Randy came out to the farm today to take some pictures!  No big deal right? …except that these pics are definitely different than anything I have ever seen…

Um…. wow!  Glad I just finished mowing and everything looks nice :)

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It has been my heart’s desire as long as I can remember to wake up in the morning and look out over my land and see my horses grazing in the distant fields.

I woke just this morning while the mist was still on the ground, walked out to the front porch with a steaming cup of coffee… and enjoyed this very sight.… Continue Reading

So… I know the “welcome to the Green Barn” posts are typically reserved for the ponies who call our barn home – BUT… we have a new member of the family that needs an introduction!!

Although he isn’t a “horse,” he is quite full of “horsepower.”  LOL!!… Continue Reading

On this Christmas, I am thankful.

I am thankful for my wonderful husband, and 2 adorable snow-puppies… who happily and without complaint, spent our first white Christmas in Tennessee taking care of the 9 Green Barn ponies.

I am thankful for those 9 4-legged babies, each with their own truly unique personality.  

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