Morning Blogland!

Meet Scout. 
He is one of the new horses at the barn.
He is just

Black but he has those amazing 
white spots.

Him and FedEx are still getting used
to their new home and still learning
me. I love it when they stop to smell
me, like they are taking my scent in.

This morning I am on the deck with
Lily and Dakota. 

Lily is across the deck watching
for squirrels and birds.

and Dakota is trying to stay warm
curled up under the throw next to 
his mom. 

Rule of thumb, Lily is allowed
on the deck if it's 50 degrees or above.
Since it was 59 Dakota and I decided to
join her....

I had my coffee inside earlier this
morning and took
my oatmeal out to the deck.

Only issue...its a cool 59 degrees with the 
wind blowing so the KING and 
I will not be lasting long.
My oatmeal was cold by the time
I finished it!!

Yesterday I shared art painted on 
tables and fences but today I am sharing
street art from PINTEREST.

Pretty cool huh?

Here is some I have taken around town.

Being an artist I find that I just love street art!

Thanks for stopping in, 


Sandee said…
Love all your critters. I linked this post to Feline Friday. Why not.

I love all the art too. Especially that safety pin. That's really unique.

Have a fabulous day and weekend. Scritches to all your babies. ♥
Christine said…
Lovely horse and amazing street art, what would we do without Pinterest?
Darla M Sands said…
Awesome art and sweet fur babies! I considered sitting out front in the sunshine but figured my fair skin would not appreciate it, especially considering one of the acne medications I use. It's funny how sweating at the gym made me start breaking out like a teenager. ~grin~ At least something is still youthful about me besides attitude!

Thanks for all your kind comments. That towel rack has proven ideal. I'm still tickled every time I dry my hands. Heh... You made my day saying you found my kitty post funny. ~nods~ That's a huge compliment in this house. Oh, and I'm curious about what essential oils you put in your lotion. Are they to aid your health. Hope you feel good today!
MadSnapper said…
that horse is gorgeous... and i love all the street art, the safety pin is my favoirite and gets WOW
Sally said…
Beautiful horse, my goodness. I'll have to share with my oldest great granddaughter; she's a horse person since she could walk. :)

The street art is amazing; just like the art you make, Pam.


p.s. let's not forget about the safety pin; that is adorable too.
Ann Thompson said…
59 degrees is still pretty chilly, I would have been eating my oatmeal inside. Yeah, I'm wimpy like
Loving all that street art
Rain said…
I love that squirrel art ha ha ha...that's so great! :) Scout is so sweet-looking. Alex and I have always said that our Pavlov looks like a horse and now I know it's true, he looks like Scout! :)
Ida said…
Sounds like pretty decent weather. Glad you were able to get outside. - The street art is really fun.
Liz A. said…
Love the Legos on that corner. Such fun images.
Darla M Sands said…
I agree with Rain about the squirrel. That art is particularly fun. Thanks for answering on my blog about essential oils. I might try picking up wintergreen oil for my feet. Good idea! ~hugs~ A really minor vascular condition makes them itch and burn sometimes, like now. Heh... Hugs to you and all the critters.
love the art and the animals!
NanaDiana said…
He IS beautiful!!! I am glad you could sit outside with your oatmeal. That is a great temperature but with wind chill it can feel a whole lot colder! Love the artwork, too. Hope you have a great weekend- xo Diana
Oh what a lovely horse, great photograph.
Isn't that street art amazing.

Enjoy your weekend

All the best Jan
Red Rose Alley said…
That street art is cool. I really like graffiti, but only if it exudes good. Scout is a beauty, and Dakota looks so cozy all snug under the blanket. : ) That's really nice that you can sit outside and eat your oatmeal. I don't have a large front porch, and have always wanted one.


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