Cliffy and Me

Amanda took a few pics of Cliffy and me yesterday. The weather was so lovely! Boy it is sure nice to see spring finally arrive. Clifford was really good, just walking around and posing with all that tempting spring grass under his feet. As usual, he put his ears up the moment he saw there was a camera. He’s so funny!

“Mom, where are your boots?!”

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About Nancy J. Bailey

Artist, author, bad karaoke singer. Woodsy ragamuffin. Mom of a horse named Clifford who plays fetch and paints with watercolors. He visits libraries and schools with me, to promote literacy and making the world a better place. Yes, he is house trained, no, he doesn't live in my house! I have written three books about Clifford. But my newest book, THE NORTH SIDE OF DOWN, is co-written by my awesome sister Amanda, who has Down syndrome. Her unexpected one-liner wisecracks can always make me laugh. If you make me laugh, you've made my day!
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3 Responses to Cliffy and Me

  1. Great pictures on both posts, everyone looks to be enjoying themselves a great deal. Have fun.

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  2. Linda says:

    Hi – I found my way here by way of Strawberry Lane. What a lovely blog you have. I am from Michigan as well but now live in North East Illinois, close to the Wisconsin Border. I adore your video of Cliffy fetching the cone. I will stop by often. Have a great day!

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  3. Yeah, Mom, where are your boots? That boy has big heavy feet – The photos are wonderful. I’m glad that you’re enjoying time with Amanda – I’ll bet she’s having a ball!

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