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.

  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!