5 Things You Need To Know ‘To Get Back On Your Horse’
I live in Texas. Everyone in Texas rides a horse, right? (Well, maybe not in Houston.) One weekend I was visiting my sister in Austin. We went to see some friends who lived outside of Austin who had four horses on several acres of land. Her friend John asked me if I would like to ride one of their horses and I said, “OK if you can find me a nice horse.” It had been years since I had ridden a horse. He said, “Sure, I have just the horse for you. His name is Buckwheat.” Buckwheat looked like a nice enough horse. My daughter was 5 at the time and she watched her mommy get up on the horse. She said, “Mommy, are you going to be ok?” “Of course,” I replied.My After School Program Was Very Exciting
Growing up, my mother and I had the best after school program ever! Not only could my parents rest assured we were in good hands until they finished work and errands, but we also made new friends and had an absolute blast running around with the other kids.All the World’s a Playground!
While walking back from our kite flying adventures yesterday, my little one tripped and skinned his knees and elbows. The sight of the grazed knee distressed him more than the actual pain. I belong to the ‘brush it off’ camp – skinned knees, bruises and bumps all come with the territory.