Thursday, November 20, 2008

4-H memories with my girls...........

A couple of my favorite pictures. The first is Meghan on Mickey on gaming day at our county fair, love the look on Mickeys face " Mom, cant you get me out of here? I would rather be in my stall eating." I laughed cuz when I called Megs name for the pic, Mickey looked at me.

And next almost in the same spot on the fence but 4 years later, arent they pretty? I love my little stubborn Appy girl, and my little stubborn daughter, LOL. This time Meghan looked at me!
This is this year at 4-H horsecamp.
I think about it and I have been a 4-H mom and or leader for the past 13 years, Meghan has one more year left, I will miss it We started when our older daughter Sara was 9 yrs old, and she is 22 now. Here are some pics of her and Easy...

Boy this was Easy when she looked really really good, she is a hardkeeper, and I think this was the best she has ever looked.
Here are Sara and Easy at probably a 4-H gaming clinic at our fairgrounds.
Saras getting ready to go out and show in showmanship class. Our little fair is one of the last in the state where they can not wear show clothes, white shirt and dark pants are the uniform. I always liked it because I thought it made all the kids at least look the same level, if you will. They look clean and neat too.


  1. Ah, 4-H... Great memories! I did 4-H all the years I could, and when my kids are old enough (they're 3 and 5 now) they'll both have some sort of projects. Horses for my daughter, don't think I'll be able to talk my son into the horse thing, but a steer or something, for sure.

    Oddly, in our very ag based rural town, we never had FFA...

  2. You know, these pics brought back 4-H memories! What is really funny is that my parents were always supportive, emotionally and financially of my sister and I in 4-H, but were never involved in horses at all. Now, my mom has her own horse and is riding for the first time in her life. Too bad they don't have 4-H for adults! ;)

  3. Well hello! Thanks for stopping by and taking time to leave a comment. How fun to have your daughters in 4H. Great looking appy too! I am trying to listen to the song you got your blog name from. It is down loading...Very cute name! Stop by anytime, I am sure I will be back!

  4. Thanks ladies, I am glad someone is enjoying what I am doing, its been great fun. Train wreck the first time I heard the bubblebath song I laughed so hard. It was at an Eqestrian team meet and a working pairs team used it as their working song, complete with rubber duckie outfits LOL. I just knew I had to have it! It still makes me laugh everytime I hear it.

  5. Sounds like you've got great 4-H memories and current experiences!

  6. Well hello there!
    Glad that recovery is on the horizon for you! That is a mighty thing to overcome..and you are too!
    I will be back, your girls are fabulious with their ponys!

  7. Hi there, thanks for stopping by, great blog!
    4 H is a wonderful organization kudos to you!



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