7 03 2011

Intermission – noun – a short interval between the acts of a play or parts of a public performance, usually a period of approximately 10 or 15 minutes, allowing the performers and audience a rest.

Sometimes with a dose of humor. 🙂

To lighten the mood after yesterday’s post about the colts play-fighting may or may not have gone awry, this seemed like an appropriate image to make folks laugh. It’s Duke in the middle of a snort. We chuckle because it’s a funny face – to us. I chuckle because he rarely gives me a “handsome pose” anymore – he’s too busy grazing and ignoring me. He seems to take his role with young Twister and younger Cuatro seriously, and they both still seem to look to him for guidance – Cuatro especially so.

I’ve known him with bachelors, with a family, alone and now as elder guiding younger. I always love to see handsome Duke.



2 responses

7 03 2011
Poor Ginger

So is this Duke’s version of the “raspberry”? Come on, handsome, show us your best calendar pose!

7 03 2011

Ha – maybe so! It’s tricky to catch him right – like some others … ignoring me but focused on something else. He’s a pretty laidback guy. 🙂

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