Yummy, that dough sure tastes good!
We went to Miss T's riding lesson on Wednesday. Last week it got rained out but this week we got in between a couple of showers. She had the first half hour with another little gal who is only five and then did an hour with the older girls. She wanted to come right home and ride Kipper but we had a birthday party to go to so couldn't.
Cantering is coming easier all the time to Miss T. She is very relaxed.
Great dismount! This gal is five years old and has been riding since she was in diapers! She does walk/trot and does a great job of it! Good old Duffy the appy is such a great babysitter and takes good care of her!
I signed on to play Pay It Forward over at Pea's Corner. Now I'll head over there and copy the instructions."You don't pay love back; you pay it forward."The expression "pay it forward" is used to describe the concept of asking that a good turn be repaid by having it done to others instead.
If you want to join in the fun, just leave a comment saying you'd like to be included. The first three people to do so will receive a gift from me sometime during the next year. In turn, they will post a Pay It Forward on their blog and send a gift to three people who agree to participate. You never know when the gift will arrive in the mail. It could be next week or next June. It truly is a lot of fun trying to find out what people like so you can send an appropriate Pay It Forward gift. It can be bought or handmade and doesn't need to be expensive at all.
I've never participated in this one before and think it will be fun to send something to someone when they least expect it!
I hope you all have a safe, dry, happy and exciting 4th of July!