Birthday Horse Roundup Part 2

Welcome to part deux of my deux part pony post.  We here at the DC headquarters are still bathing in the afterglow of my birthiversary and enjoying the bounty that you all have provided.  So, what are we waiting for, let's hop to it

Since it is day 2 of my horsey round up, I thought it would be appropriate to start with this image of 2 beauties sent to me by, well, honestly, i'm not sure who it was sent to me by.  I think I might be going insane.  I pulled this link on my b-day when you were all being so loving and kind, but now I've poured through my emails and comments and can't find who sent it or where it is from.  I must look like the worst gift receiver in the United States of America.  Rest assured, I am.  I am terrible.  Will someone step forward and please claim this link?  I love the pic and am forever in-debt to you.

Bad-Friend-Karly-Crime solved!!!  The always lovely Andrea sent me this pic

This double-the-pony-double-the-fun photo was sorta kinda sent to me by the lovely miss Rachel Denny.  She sent me a link to the photo below by photographer Tim Flach.  I fell in love with all his work and had to go on a wild horse linking spree

A++ on the links, Rachel!

Some of the grooviest links I got showed horses in my favorite spot:  the home

This to-die-for wallpaper was sent to me by TWO readers (oh how you know me well), both Gracie and Stephanie know a fantastic wall when they see one.

Raina Bear pointed me to this fine fine image on NKP's blog.  I have since suffered from insomnia caused by spending too much time at night trying to figure out how to make my very own.  Any suggestions?

NKP took it up a notch by posting this photo on her blog AND sending it to my inbox:

Perfection, oui?  Such nice readers we have, I kinda can't get over it.

Let the room tours continue!!

Camilla popped her head up from down under to share this dream room with k-dawg.  The wallpaper / lighting / horse combo is almost too much for my heart to handle.  Almost.

I am a jerk.  Please see the caption under photo number one to find out why there is not more information here.  I think maybe I should have asked for an organizer for my birthday.  

UPDATE: Case Closed!  It was Andrea!!!

Thank you again to Andrea for this amazing horsey:

same here.  I really am not worthy of your readership.  I know you guys are never going to send me links again.  I really can't explain how I lost these, all the comments should be right there and my inbox hasn't been emptied.

I do know that Pillow Mint sent me the lovely works of Emmett Williams, which deserve their own lovely rooms to hang in

Susie Q got all cubist on me, which is just fine, especially when said cubist horse appears to have wings

and finally, I think these photos sent by Gracie best depict how i felt on my big 3-1:  Happy as a pink horse with a mouthful of carrots.  Thank you so much, everyone, for playing along with my silly reindeer games.  I felt nothing but love on the big-ish day


Choose Your Own Adventure Post

This morning we're going to mix it up a bit here at the DC headquarters.  Why?  Because 31 years ago today, my mama did what Erin is about to do and popped out a karly-shaped ball of awesomeness.  (Quick show of hands:  was that last sentence totally gross?)  Moving on.  Today, YOU homies are going to write the post.  How?  By way of sending me birthday gifts.  Duh. As you all know and can probably say backwards in your sleep:  K-dawg loves the horses.  Any and all horse-art, horse-furniture, or horse-dish was created just for me.  I cruise most of your blogs (sorry, I'm a bad commenter) and have seen precious horse works featured all around this world wide web.  YOU leave me a comment with a link to the horsey(s) of my dreams, I'll put them all together and publish the proper post next Tuesday.  You will of course get lots of love and credit for your find.

I'll start with a preview of a few good horses that my blogging BFFs have sent me over the last few months:

Oy!  Jamaican me crazy, horsey!  Both Andrea and Raina proved their undying love when they sent me a link to this beauty by artist Julian Wolkenstein.  I have since - and I'm not kidding - stalked her by email to purchase a print large enough to hang over my fireplace.  She has small ones for sale at surprisingly reasonable prices, I'm still waiting on a quote for my gigantor version.

The Brew Mistress herself could easily double as my personal horse shopper, as she has gone above and beyond in the horse-link sending.  Her eye for horsies and love for Michael Phelps prove that she's the coolest girl on all of Manhattan Island.  The Mistress also found these gems:


So, what good ponies have you seen lately?