Monday, May 20, 2013
Hopefully this project will play out well for Sam and not get things off track.
Meanwhile, the 4 wheel drive function may come in handy for the rest of us when needed.
She has worked so hard and graduated with honors. The ceremony was fantastic in that we knew personally many of the graduates, as well as folks helping from the college, and the commencement speaker. The entire ceremony from start to finish took only 1 hour and 15 minutes as we watched each graduate walk across the stage to be handed their diploma case as their full name was announced.
Holy Cow I've got to get serious about a diet!!!!
Excellent work, Tori! To God Be The Glory!
On the way home, we picked up some rib-eye steaks and chicken breasts from the grocery store. Jon and Greg cooked them TO PERFECTION on the grill while I made mashed potatoes. Meg and Jon brought Tori an ice cream cake and that was our dessert. We all continued to celebrate over this delicious home cooked/grilled meal and tried to show Tori how happy we all are for her! Ya-Hooo!!!!
Torrential rain was pouring off the roof , specifically concentrated in one area. Fearing flooding in the basement below, I ran to get buckets to catch it in.
Thank you, Lord for the rain! We had no flooding at all.
The Saddle Club began as a book series which the girls have read but is now a fantastic series found on NetFlix. I highly recommend this series to kids interested in horses. Each episode is about something that happens at the barn or between the regular characters who are fun tween girls who have their unique personalities. The show is filmed in Australia and the accents are fantastic! I like to watch it too and love the theme song: (the meter is tricky and irregular)
Hello World, this is me,
Life should be
Mmm mm yeah,
Fun for everyone..
Life is easy if you wear a smile.
Just be yourself ,
Don't ever change your style,
You are you, I am me
We'll be free,
This is really catchy and makes you want to get up and dance!!!!Very Dorky but true!
The music program has been a real asset to these guys and has been one of the benefits of them going out to school.
She was the cutest and did just fine managing her pony, April. Tears ensued after her second fourth and lessons on good sportsmanship were taught!
After she showed, she was able to ride bareback around the grounds on another pony that we brought.