My name is Sunny, and Stone Dragon Farm is my home. It's a very small "farm" consisting of just over 1 acre, with 9 cats, 9 Miniature Horses, 3 spoiled hens, and 1 truly rotten powder puff Chinese Crested dog.
I play with my horses and my cameras, and I'm recently retired.
My horses consist of 4 AMHA registered minis, 4 AMHR registered minis, and 1 grade pony, Radar. I have photos of everyone except Radar, but those will come soon.
My horses range in age from 2 year old to 30 years old, and in size from 28" to 38.5" tall! (The 38.5" is not actually a mini, but a small pony. He's the only unregistered equine on the place, but is just as loved as the rest of them, and a lot smarter than most of them!)
I am down to nine cats now. Shadowolf left me in May 2012, as I wrote about here before. Sasha, my little stray-turned-barncat, had been here about 6 months before becoming ill last summer. A trip to the vet discovered she had pyometritis (uterine infection), along with Feline Leukemia. Rather than spaying her (which would have been rather expensive with the pyo, along with the fact I had no place to isolate her--and releasing her back outside to infect every other cat she came in contact with simply wasn't an option), I made the difficult decision to put her to sleep. She wasn't in my life long, but she sure took a big piece of my heart with her.
I also lost my oldtime, Pagan Spirit, on January 14, 2014. He turned 19 on Halloween, so was a funny old man. When his arthritis got so medications couldn't keep him comfortable, it became a miserable life for him. So he returned to Bast, and I will miss him forever.
The cats I have now range in age from 13 to 6, along with one who showed up as an adult stray--so I have NO idea how old she is. I hope they stay with me a long, long time!
I play at photography. My long-term goal is to become a top-notch amateur photographer. I photograph horses, cats, livestock, flowers, pretty much anything that strikes my fancy. I even get a keeper shot now and then.
Check out my gallery. There are some not-so-great shots, some ok shots, some pretty good shots, and here and there a WOW! shot. I'll be adding photos from time to time.
I have a trio of lovely (if nutso) hens, two Silver-Laced Wyandottes and one drama-queen-type Americauna. So I get a lovely tan egg from Mali (Molly), a pinkish beige egg from Sparkle, and from Mocha, the Americauna, an avocado green egg (which I love). I don't eat eggs much anymore--maybe 2 a year???--but the rest of the family does, and the neighbors next door. And I love watching the silly hen antics!
I've added a few of my favorite YouTube videos! Go check them out! I think you'll love them as much as I do!