Thursday, September 11, 2008

Post One

Ok so I am not really Shannon.... But since I live so far away from her now I can not help with day to day operations of the farm or the horses. So for the last 4 years I have been the photographer, and the poster of photos on the petfinder website. Now I have become addicted to blogging and I can help the stable in another new way. Once I get this up and running I will add pictures and links to other great stuff. And can keep the world updated as to what Shannon and Aaron are up to on their farm.


Gigi08 said...

Love the new web page!!:-) Kudo's to Ann on all of your hard work I know Shannon, her family and all of the residents of Double L are greatful. Can't wait to see what you do next, looking forward to seeing more of your photography.
Also, Congrats to Shannon and her family, it's a big job to take on and you've done some amazing rescues. You should be proud of yourselves,,,,,I know I am :-)
keep up the great work.

Anonymous said...

Hi, Ann - I retired my horse, Rusty, on Shannon and Aaron's farm. I will never be able to thank them enough for providing him with a wonderful home to spend out his retirement years. This was a difficult and emotional decision for me, as he is a very special horse -but Shannon and Aaron are very special people. I have continued my training with a new horse, and often feel pangs of guilt for not going out to Double L to see Rusty more often, but I never, ever worry about him. I know he is happy, healthy, and loved. I will always be grateful to the Hahns for giving me one of the greatest gifts of all - peace of mind in knowing I did right by my wonderful first horse.