From Moshi Issue 81

August 27, 2019 by  

There's a whole lot that goes on in this world that we never hear about. Some of it is bad, but a lot of it is good. If you could measure the bad against the good, you'd find that the good stuff far outweighs the bad stuff. How do I know? As a horse, I'm very connected to the energy of the planet. I can feel what's going on because I am totally … Read more »

From Indy Issue 81

August 27, 2019 by  

I'm so excited to get to visit my friends back in Florida! It's been a long summer without them. The cat isn't nearly as much fun as my Florida barn friends! Besides, in Florida, we have a POOL! Do you like to swim? I love it. It's terrific exercise. Some of my friends were afraid of the water, but we helped them get over it. Dogs are natural … Read more »

From Moshi Issue 80

August 13, 2019 by  

Fall is so beautiful in Vermont, USA. We have lots of trees, and they turn the most incredible colors. I only see yellow, green, and blue, but the many shades of yellows are amazing. I hear red and orange are really striking, but I have no way of relating to that. Like all horses, my eye structure doesn't let me see red. I heard a fellow at the … Read more »

From Indy Issue 80

August 13, 2019 by  

I came in the house with my long tawny coat full of nasty burrs. Jane spent an hour pulling the prickly things out of my hair. It hurt sometimes, when she'd pull on just a few hairs, but I knew she was trying to help me so I gritted my teeth and tolerated it. Sometimes we have to do things we don't want to do. Like go to the doctor or the … Read more »

From Moshi Issue 79

July 30, 2019 by  

Who are you? Who are you, REALLY? Being who you really is not an easy task. I'm a Friesian, born in Holland, and imported to the USA. I'm different from most horses in that I have feathered legs. Some of the horses at the barn tease me about it, calling me an old work horse. It used to bother me, but then I heard Jane say something really … Read more »

From Indy Issue 79

July 30, 2019 by  

Wow! I got lots of email about Lobby! Thanks to your suggestions, I did find him! So many of you were close and a few of you were right on! Thanks for your help! Jane and I found him in the truck! He could see the sky through the windshield but never felt the rain. He was in something metal, and I couldn't open it without Jane's help. But once … Read more »

From Moshi Issue 78

July 16, 2019 by  

I'm a people whisperer. A Moshi Level Five People Whisperer, to be exact. Fellow horses come to me when they are confused by their people and ask what their person really meant by their crazy people language. These poor confused horses say things like, "my person says she's the boss when on my back by directing where we go, but then moves her feet … Read more »

From Indy Issue 78

July 16, 2019 by  

I ate the cat. Okay.. that's not true, but there are times when I wish I could. She makes me so mad! We've called a truce, but I'm still upset. She said she would tell me where Lobby, my stuffed lobster, is hiding, if I promise to catch a rabbit for her. The problem is, I don't actually catch the rabbits. I just chase them. I declined. Getting … Read more »

From Moshi Issue 77

July 2, 2019 by  

Two brains. That's right, I have two brains. So do you. The difference is, you have a bundle of nerves called the corpus collasum between the two halves of your brain that lets the sides chat. My brain doesn't have that. It's true that my brain, or brains, have a very difficult time talking to each other. For a horse, this means I have to be … Read more »

From Indy Issue 77

July 2, 2019 by  

Thank you, to all of you who sent your ideas about where the cat hid my stuffed toy friend, Lobby the Lobster. I've not found him yet, but I think we're getting closer. Some of you said you thought he was on the roof. Rhett got a ladder and climbed up to check but Lobby wasn't there. We also checked on top of the refrigerator, under the … Read more »