As soon as I read the email I knew I was going to open the attachment:
“I remembered one of Stacy’s blogs that talked about “terrible horse pictures” especially when you take those “head on shots”. Well this is certainly one of those!”
I LOVE IT!
You can tell that Gus is clearly enjoying his ‘horsie’ photo with his owner.
After seeing the photo I also knew that I was going to try this. I’m terrible at selfies BUT add a horse and I’m fine with looking terrible, especially if it turns out funny.
Lets start a movement! Take a selfie, um, or should I say horsie with your horse and post it. Remember to use the #horsie when you upload, tag or post.
I can’t wait to see your #horsie online!
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