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Sunday, March 3, 2013

One Lucky Horse: Sundays in My City

Welcome back to Chico, CA, where...

Green leaves give off a rain-touched glow

The sun's rays pressing through
 
DuPont, in all his glory, bestows
                                                       St. Patty's greetings
                                                                  just for you.

Thank you, UnknownMami, hostess of this wonderful worldwide blogtour. 
Visit other Sundays in My City posts here.     
Unknown Mami
And thank you for visiting. Happy March and new week.
Take good care.

34 comments:

  1. Aww this is awesome Robyn, is DuPont staying like that until after the 17th? He's looking good!

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  2. DuPont looks like he just won a race in that outfit!

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  3. Dupont is a beauty. I think the color green really works for him.

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  4. One Lucky Horse: Lives nowhere near Taco Bell.

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  5. Oh DuPont, you are one stylin' horse!

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  6. MF, you too. Thank you.

    YW, yes, he's proud. I'm guessing he'll be dressed like that til month's end. I'll keep you all posted with posts.

    Alex, he is a winner, that's for sure.

    Cheryl, I think so too. Thank you.

    Al, he's smart too. He made his home far from any fast food joints.

    xoRobyn

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  7. love dupont:) he is such a handsome fellow!

    hope you're having a great weekend.

    xx

    p.s. thanks so much for your encouraging and supporting email.
    it really means a lot to me!

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  8. Dupont looks like he's won the Irish Sweepstakes.

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  9. That Dupont...he is one party animal!

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  10. Showing off Saint me day, damn I really get around.

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  11. Dupont needed a wax and shine to match the glow of those leaves.

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  12. I haven't celebrated the holiday in ages

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  13. What a gorgeous horse! Thanks for sharing your wonderful photos! Hugs!

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  14. Keetha, I should get some fashion tips from him. Or maybe not.

    Betty, you're very welcome. I appreciate our e-friendship.

    Chuck, let's hope he doesn't go too wild on St. Patrick's Day. I'd hate to see him hung-over. Um, I don't mean anything sexual; it just came out that way. Damn, I better stop now.

    Saint Pat, we're getting ready for your big day around here.

    GB, the rains might just give him some glow.

    Adam, me neither. I don't even try to wear green anymore.

    Lavender, thanks for visiting. Hugs back to you!

    xoRobyn

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  15. I like the way the leaves glisten. And that horse is beautiful!

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  16. Happy Sunday to you too Robyn!
    Love the shots of Sarah Jessica Parker!

    ;)

    xo

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  17. Can I have a Shamrock Shake with that?

    Julie

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  18. I guess he'll be ready to horse around.

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  19. Someone get that horse a green beer, stat!

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  20. Is that horse of legal drinking age?

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  21. He's looking awfully laid back. Shot of Ace, or some fermented mash in his mash?

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  22. Hi Robyn,
    I found your blog on the list for IWSG, which I decided to try.
    Cute horse.
    Best wishes,
    Anna
    AnnasAdornments for Insecure Writers March 6th

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  23. It is neat to see what that horse is going to look like next.

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  24. is this a one horse town or what, Robyn?

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  25. That is a magnificent creature!

    :-)
    Traci

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  26. Thanks, all. Good question, David. I'll be dropping by your blogs instead of responding to all comments here.

    Cheers,
    xoRobyn

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  27. Has anyone made a calendar featuring Dupont, yet?

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  28. I'm glad someone thought to put DuPont in green, whoever would have pinched that lovely horse would have been in a whole heck of a lot of pain...

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  29. Mami, that's a great idea! I'll check with DuPont's owners about it.

    BabySis, great point. He's clearly protected from getting pinched, and the pincher is better off.

    xoRobyn

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