Every Morning, They Wait

Today’s blog post is a cute story about these two horses.

Their pasture is just a few miles from our house. Some days, Motor Man has reason to travel that way early in the day. He has noticed that the horses are standing right up at that corner of the fence nearly every morning. (The driveway to “their” property is just to the left, and the picture was taken from the highway.)

Then, one day, he realized WHY: their trainer/person who feeds and cares for them turned in the driveway just as Motor Man was approaching. Sure enough, walking along the fence-line, they accompanied the vehicle down the driveway.

Those sweet horses are waiting there to greet that person every morning.

I sure hope said person smiles at this sight.

~These Days Of Mine~

 

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9 responses to “Every Morning, They Wait

  1. How can they not smile at that sight? So did the rest of us this morning. The livestock at home always waited on whoever was feeding them – the chickens (me or my simblings), the cows, pigs, and sheep (Dad). We’d be caught chatting them up most mornings (yes, they’d answer:)

  2. Everyone greets the “food person” !! I’m sure they know the horses are more than ready for breakfast…………

    Pam

  3. That really is a sweet story!

  4. How sweet. I.know their human partners love it as well.

  5. Greet the hand that feeds you with love. Lots of us would enjoy being greeted every morning with such gorgeous creatures. 🙂

  6. It almost looks like the horse in the foreground is smiling !

  7. that is a wonderful observation and makes perfect sense )

  8. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Pretty horses and good story. Have a good weekend.

  9. Love this story and those faces –beautiful. Thanks for the smiles.

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