Friday, September 5, 2008

In the front yard at our house lives a family of ponies. My daughter talks to them in the mornings while she is waiting for the school bus. They eat the little red berries that grow on the bushes. The smallest pony (Becky) likes Lillian to pick her up and she whispers in Lillians ear that she loves her and is hungry so Lillian shows her where the lowest bunch of berries are. There is also a baby pony named Jessica. The moms name is Miss Tina and is a unicorn. She is shy and likes to stay behind the tree. Every morning Lillian takes the time to pet them and speak very kindly to them and hold the smallest like a baby as long as she wants. They are very good and very quiet ponies and never make any messes. They aren't our pets (I don't think) but they are my favorite animals that we have.


Deanna said...

Ok. First inmpression is; kinda creepy!
Second impression is; aww!

That is pretty sweet! Nice that Lillian takes the time every morning to say HI!
Man, I wish I had pets like those!

Tina said...

Hi Cyndi,
I have to say that I should warn you that the shy little Tina unicorn may grow to be a small but loud and bossy unicorn so you may not want to take her to your new house when you move ;) So excited about how God is working in your life, and even more excited that I get to be a part of it. Love ya's

Adventures In Babywearing said...

Oh, now this is too sweet! I love unicorns!! : )


Becky said...

That is so funny! (And one shares my name, lol).

You can't ask for a better, more low-maintenance pet!

Beck said...

Invisible pets are the best because a) low pet food bills and b) no poop.

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Amy's Blah, Blah, Blogging said...

Awww...what a great imagination. And such fun to say hi and take care of them. What a sweety!