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Friday, March 22, 2013

FSO-Childhood pleasures

Theme
 Pleasures of childhood



Dreaming about when I grow up.

I grew up around horses and could not wait to be able to ride.
Ride I did and fell off backwards and broke my coccyx
(tail bone) the very first time.
I kept on riding for a long time.

These are our sons horses and our little grandson with aspirations of being a cowboy.





Having a BBF


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8 comments:

Ruth Kelly said...

I fell off a horse a couple of times myself but oh how I wished to have one that I could ride but we did not have any. You are very lucky that you had horses.

Chef E said...

I forgot how I loved horses too. Love it QMM, and all your site goodies I see here!

Kerry said...

I always wanted a horse when I was a kid, Lucky you! Except for that tailbone of yours:)

Vee said...

I fell off...was thrown off...a horse the very first time, too. The difference between you and me? I never tried it again.

Pauline said...

I had totally forgotten about my escapades with horses - probably just as well. Love the best friends shot. Having great girlfriends was one of the great pleasures of my childhood. (Amd still is in later life!)

My Little Home and Garden said...

What a beautiful photo of the little one in the field. When I was a child, one of my aunts had horses and I loved seeing them. I still remember Copper, with the copper-coloured coat and white mane and tail.
-Karen

Rebecca said...

I think I am the only person in blogland who wasn't fascinated with horses as a child. I didn't like the smell of the barn and I am allergic to hay and grasses! I avoided them like the plague!

Jama said...

No big farm here with horses during my childhood, so the first experience then was when I went to a zoo!