HORSE SENSE – BY TOM CURLEY

Marilyn and Garry wrote a blog a while back about watching one of their favorite movies, "Rustler’s Rhapsody." It’s also one of my favorite movies. They introduced it to me. I’ve seen it dozens of times and I  love introducing it to any friend who hasn’t seen it before. It’s a very loving parody of … Continue reading HORSE SENSE – BY TOM CURLEY

PACE OR TROT? – Marilyn Armstrong

FOWC with Fandango — Pace It looks the same to you, but it isn't. Here's the scoop: The pace is a lateral two-beat gait. In the pace, the two legs on the same side of the horse move forward together, unlike the trot, where the two legs diagonally opposite from each other move forward together. In both the pace and the trot, two feet are … Continue reading PACE OR TROT? – Marilyn Armstrong

WHAT’S THAT SOUND? – Marilyn Armstrong

Borborygmus: a rumbling or gurgling noise made by the movement of fluid and gas in the intestines. bor·bo·ryg·mus \ ˌbȯr-bə-ˈrig-məs \ RDP #65: BORBORYGMUS Grumble. Glurg. Pow. Blub. Does anyone remember the scene at the beginning of "The African Queen" with Humphrey Bogart really hungry, sitting at the table with Katherine Hepburn getting delicate sandwiches and … Continue reading WHAT’S THAT SOUND? – Marilyn Armstrong

MAD LIBS – Marilyn Armstrong

I remember when we used to buy these in paper books and sometimes, the results were absolutely hilarious. These are rather simpler, but hopefully also funny. Here we are on Day 2 of the Mad Lib Daily Prompt.   Thanks to Ms. Haunted (Teresa) of The Haunted Wordsmith for hosting these!  I love 'em. https://thehauntedwordsmith.wordpress.com/2018/08/02/blogging-mad-libs-2/ Name … Continue reading MAD LIBS – Marilyn Armstrong