Tuesday, August 14, 2007

horse capital of the world

Drive to Lexington from any direction and I guarantee you'll pass at least one sign that says you're entering the horse capital of the world. Guarantee. I'd put actual money on it. Not even Monopoly money. Real money with presidents on it. Anyway, S now officially belongs in the horse capital of the world as she is an accomplished rider. Sort of.
Happy Tuesday, peeps.

8 comments:

Sarah said...

She looks mighty happy on that horsey! She is also starting to look so much older! Too fast!! It's happening too fast!

allison said...

omg. cutest picture! this is so going on the fridge.

feather nester said...

I agree, she's looking so much older suddenly! The features that make her an individual are really starting to stand out. I see both of you, but am leaning toward the Ouiser genes winning out, at least in this pic. But it's a tough call. There's no getting around the P nose. :)

Angie said...

so cute that I just want to squeeze her til she makes a squeak!

Lori said...

That's so awesome! She looks like a natural rider!

die Frau said...

Ditto everything everyone has said. She's really looking like a little person! I think it's because she looks so long...you usually see baby pictures of them from the waist up or lying on their tummies or sitting. You guys are in such trouble with this little cutie....

Va said...

I always thought Radio Flyers were wagons. I'm gladdened though that they have diversified to keep their name alive!

Think S will be ready for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games? She's looking like a natural.

Cheers!

paul and kelly said...

That picture of little s makes my heart warm and my mouth smile. Too stink'n cute. By the way, I happened to have some peaches and blueberries that needed to be used when I saw your recipe--AMAZING! I think that is my new favorite dessert. thanks for sharing.