A Stallion Stands In Need Of Company


See more horse photos and a report on day two of chemo at  http://photos.tandlphotos.com/blog/2016/6/a-stallion-stands-in-need-of-company


18 thoughts on “A Stallion Stands In Need Of Company

    • I thought of the song with the horse posing so well. He went through a whole series of poses. Quite a ham.

  1. Oh Tim – you are so deep – the lyrics and this beautiful animal.

    Your time utilization while at the CC is too much!!

    Continued good spirits and success with this round. Have they told you why this reared its ugly head again?

    Guess what? WE had the sewer gas stink today – we have NEVVER had it – weird…from whence is it wafting????

    The mystery continues…

    Keep up the good work!


    • Thanks, Patti! The recurrence is due to the type of lymphoma, that’s why we are doing the intensive chemo and stem cell transplant. Hmmm! That’s curious that you got sewer smell now.

  2. You know how to wake up my brain, Tim. That title on half a cup of coffee… it took a second, but I remembered the song. I always liked it, but found it sad. But I get it though. Sending Light and healing hugs.

  3. The stallion looks like a unicorn to me. Such a magical looking horse.
    It’s good that you are staying busy, distraction is helpful when it comes to illness and other nuisances that come along in life’s journey.

    • Thanks, Genie! Maybe I’ll put a horn on the horse. It would make a good unicorn. Staying busy helps.

    • I put a golden horn on the horse. Send me an email and I’ll send it to you so you can tell me what you think.

  4. Heroic looking horses — which seems appropriate for what you are going through. And good that you can put your mind on other things while undergoing treatment, even it is pesky code!

  5. Such beautiful animals and lovely photos.

    I’ve been talking recently to a friend about seeing things to be thankful for each day. It’s true that how you focus can alter your perspective. I watched a lovely film last night, About Time, with Steve and Beth, which was also a gentle reminder.

    I’d never heard that song before …

    • Thanks, Julia! It’s really easy to be depressed about life and miss all the good among the bad.

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