For the hay and the corn and the wheat that is reaped, For the labor well done, and the barns that are heaped, For the sun and the dew and the sweet honeycomb, For the rose and the song and the harvest brought home -- Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving!
For the trade and the skill and the wealth in our land, For the cunning and strength of the workingman's hand, For the good that our artists and poets have taught, For the friendship that hope and affection have brought -- Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving!
For the homes that with purest affection are blest, For the season of plenty and well-deserved rest, For our country extending from sea unto sea; The land that is known as the "Land of the Free" -- Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving!
This Icelandic Horse has two whorls close together on her forehead. Linda Tellington-Jones has a book called, "Understand and Influence Your Horse's Personality", which discusses the meaning of different whorls and body parts.
I was riding my stationary recumbent bike this afternoon, watching TV, and trying with my left hand on the laptop (multi-tasking :-)), and noticed the horses grazing on the lawn just outside my window. Took a few snaps of the horses; they love the grass.
We just have to be careful that they don't get too much. Icelandic Horses are relatively easy keepers and can't have too much fresh grass; too much sugar for them, with a potential of founder / laminitis / insulin resistance.