Minioning

Sometimes, if it is dry and I have time, I will put my old coat down on the ground and sit on it to talk to any Minions who want a chat or a hug.

Some want to talk and others – today it was Newt, Albie and Storm – want to just “minion”, ie investigate, be hugged, noseys kissed and eat me or my coat.

I am considered fair game and as long as there are no real teefs (ie, not even a feel), then I love spending time with them.

 

They are (mostly) good boys and never step on my feet or legs – just politely walking around me.

Obviously gently investigated first.

Actually, I do trust them.  When there has been a sudden something, they have jumped away or over rather than onto me.

While Albie just wanted hugging, Newt helpfully stood on my coat. I was going nowhere.

I spent a peaceful 20 minutes being gently nuzzled and lightly groomed.  I could’ve stayed there all day.

 

 

6 thoughts on “Minioning

  1. Sam

    Such trust on both sides for this to happen. Lucky, lucky you!
    Love how Newt held you captive by standing on your coat hem.

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  2. Mary Colleen McNamara

    I miss smelling that sweet horsey breath ( grass or alfalfa) Also just the attention. BUT you are a better woman than I…. I would have been rooted there forever, not sure I could get up off the ground DUH
    The ‘ol bod just doesn’t cooperate sometimes. That and absence of horses is why I don’t ride anymore. SNIFF.
    Thanks for sharing your nosey kisses and interactions .

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  3. Celeste

    I can’t think of a better way to spend some time! I was minioned by Newt and have a wonderful photo to prove it! I look forward to more minioning when I come to Shetland for Wool Week in October 2022. Sigh, such a long time to wait…meanwhile I’ll go harass a goat or a sheep (who aren’t nearly as snuggly as your guys).

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  4. Deb

    Lily , in her wheelchair and LOVE to minion with our retired girls. Trust them with our lives. Two new retirees are joining our family in Oct and in April we will have a wee little. So excited. But praying for continued health for our girls

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