Saturday, October 18, 2008

OMG! An Award! Thank You!

This blog just received its very first award. Thank you Syndi and Cactus Jack from The Journeys of Cactus Jack! And thank you for visiting me, Red, Lyra and the wonderful horses of the Freshwater Stables general pasture.

The rules of this award are:
* Put the logo on your blog or post.
* Nominate at least 5 blogs (can be more)
* Let them know that they have received this award by commenting on their blog.
* Let them know that they have received this award by commenting on their blog.
* Link to this post and to the person you received your award from.

The best part about getting this award is that I get to pass it on to at least five of my favorite blogs.

1. I just discovered the amazing blog Margaret and Helen. Warning, this blog is vigorously blue and packs the wallop of Margaret's 84 years. NOT for the faint of heart!
2. An All Natural Horse Journey is a little gem of a blog written by a talented woman who is a journalist AND the creator of a natural horse treat company.
3. Turn Right at the Sarcophagus offers a view into the lives of horses in a different culture. While the author hasn't posted since July, please do visit this fascinating blog.
4. Visit The Barb Wire and journey through the Night Farm. I enjoy the exquisite photography and skillful storytelling.
5. This next blog shares my passion for spreading the word about the health benefits of iron free hoofs. At Rainer Hoof Recovery you can learn from the talented trimmer who is also the new mom to Spencer.
6. The Tao of Spartacus Jones: On Horses, Music, Life, Love, and Liberty.
7. The Eventing Percheron already has a wide following, and for good reason. I find the adventures of Brego and his human absolutely addicting
8. Coyote Road is an exquisite, thought provoking blog combining politics, spirit, and insight with a vast dose of the keenest wit.
9.
Gaia's Horse opens the door to alternative forms of equine/human healing and communication. A delightful blog that offers insight into how to deepen our natural ability to "listen" to our equine partners.
10. OK, I just discovered this last blog. Y'all MUST visit. The name says it all:
I am an Imperial Horse who NEEDS Sugars.

Well, thanks to Cactus Jack and his DOR I've spend a thoroughly enjoyable morning setting up the above links to some wonderful sites. Hope you get a chance to visit them. Thanks for visiting Baba Yaga's Mirror!

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