Saturday, July 2, 2011


Hard to believe she grew up, hooks up her tailer, loads her horse, and drives that big truck all by her little self.  She said the day would come when she would do it ~ it did. 

Loaded up and headed out. 

Just checking to make sure everthing's tucked in. 
I guess this captures what its all about ~ the horse and rider.  Our Ally & Ace.

Ace is so glad its all over. 

He was so peaceful and lazy this morning before we headed out.  Ace is just as sweet as this picture looks. 


  1. Debi thanks for following my blog. B
    Ace is beautiful. Your daughter is amazing. There is nothing we cannot do. Great shots Love the horse and rider one. B

  2. Yay for Ali and Ace. Love the great shots, the bottom is my very sweet.

  3. FAbulous photos Debi..... especially the last one! Frame that!
    Your daughter is gorgeous!
    Thanks for the comment on the flooring.... wish I had brick floors too! That would solve a lot of problems!
    Enjoy the 4th and keep taking those wonderful photos!
    Cathy G

  4. Great photo series, especially the last!

  5. What wonderful photos of your life as you live it with horses. Your daughter is lovely and I just love that last picture. I also liked the second one where Ace has his head on her shoulder. They look like they have a special bond.


  6. I love that photo of your daughter and Ace! Looking at her with horses and doing exactly as she said she would must make your heart swell with love and pride! Congratulations on such a lovely daughter.

  7. That last photo is so beautiful! You must be one proud mama.

  8. Nice photos like lots of your other followers I think the bottom one is best, it’s always nice to have some quality time with your equine. You must be very proud of her.

  9. Awesome! The last photo of your daughter and her horse Ace is priceless.

    Thanks for sharing it with us.

    Happy 4th of July!


  10. So adorable...the last photo melts my heart. Hugs to you. xoxo

  11. Loved these
    beautiful pics
    and the tenderness
    of your sweet girl.
    My girl gave up
    riding over a year
    ago....nearly an
    hour of commuting to
    get to the barn, etc.
    meant that it was too
    great a time commitment.
    I miss seeing her ride
    and being around the
    horses, as does she!
    xx Suzanne