frolic: verb/ to amuse oneself .

I am easily amused. People still ask me regularly “What do you do?”

“Well…….. I frolic.”  I amuse myelf. I make merry. With my iPhone.

frolic: verb/ to play and run about happily.

They frolic …… so much they fall down.

Well, just Pard, because he’s Pard.



frolic : noun/ a playful or mischievous action

“Hey, let’s frolic the Red-Head”

” Na Na .. Made you flinch!”

“Heh, heh, heh.”

Our frolic here is complete.

Love,  Cowgirl Red     aka the “Folicking Cowgirl”

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  1. Great pictures!! They look like they are having way to much fun.
    Laura

  2. Lisa at Greenbow says:

    You can’t even imagine the smile on my face watching these great beasts frolicing in the pasture. I can imagine how your heart soars every time you see this which is probably often. Lucky you.

  3. Now they just totally made my morning! Frolicking–with or without flinching–is a worthwhile way to spend one’s time and don’t let anyone tell you differently. 😉

  4. Look at those babies kick up there heals, and having a great time! Such fabulous shots. Thank you so much for sharing! I think we’d all do a lot better if we frolicked more. 🙂

  5. wonderful photos of beautiful frolicking horses ~ love it ~ (A Creative Harbor)

  6. That is such a great definition of what you do! It shows in your posts!

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