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Farewell Mary Jane!

Mary Jane has a new home. A wonderful family welcomed her into their lives and heart yesterday. We will all miss her terribly but are comforted by the thought of Skittles delivering another bundle of joy in October.


3 comments on “Farewell Mary Jane!

  1. Ramona Rivero
    June 29, 2013

    Hi Matt and Susan!
    Mary Jane is settling in here at her new home wonderfully! She even got a little sassy today when I was bringing her in before the storm. I haven’t gotten to hear her bray yet, although everyone else here has! She is quickly learning how to lead and getting less shy of us everyday. I will try to post pics soon.

    Thanks for our new “baby”; We love her!

    • e-i-e-i-o acres
      August 10, 2013

      I just wanted to know how Mary Jane is doing. I am always thinking about her and hope that she is happy and you guys have fallen in love with her. Let me know how things are going when you get a chance.


      • RamIna
        August 11, 2013

        We have totally fallen for her! She’s out during the day and in her stall at night . She got her feet trimmed and although it was a little rough cause it was that first week, I’ve been picking her feet up and working with her. She leads ok, and likes (or tolerates) us pretty well. She has a love/hate relationship with her goat buddy. She’s still not sure about the horses, but my paint is stalled next to her and loves her!
        I don’t have any pics right now since I just got a new phone, but will try to get more soon.


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