Day 3 is Sunday, and yes, some think we are Heathens, but we respect a Sunday Worship. Wade Black, who I've said, Trains for the Cross, gives our Sunday Prayer. He talks about his life, and some of what he's been thru. He loves what he does, and loves to share it. His Grandpa, Ray Hunt and his father, Martin, are big influences in his, but he's proud to say, that he lives for God. He talks to God, like he's talking to a friend, and loves the idea of sharing such a friend with everyone. It's something to be proud of.
Reata's 3rd Day
yep, Reata is ready to head out into the big world!
One of the biggest mistakes that people make, is not to end on a good note. If you get to a point that "feels good to you", trust me, it "feels good to the horse" too. Stop, Get off, and be done. Let them 'sleep on it' But the thing so many do, is "Oh gosh! That was awesome! Let's do it 40 more times!" how is that horse going to feel then? Think he wants to do it any more? Nope, he's likely going to start looking for a way out. So, Reata gets off, at a good place, and the Colt realizes "Hey, all I have to do is..... and I get to be done. I can do that!"
Peter and Megan, 3rd Day. Sorry, I didn't get many photos. I was kind of getting edgy, ... about to go get "foofed' up for my own wedding..
Does this horse look traumatized? In case you're wondering, the answer is an emphatic "NO"!
Following Photos are my camera, but I think complements of Jim Kilburn. I am gone now, getting ready to say "I do"
Hear a Rope, There a Rope, Everywhere a Rope!
Bit of Impressive Size Arena huh? This is my Cathedral to say I Do
Buck, Jaton, Reata
Waiting for the final roping to be done, with Frank, my Adoptive Dad giving me away, and my honey
Buck Waiting to Marry us
Here comes the Bride. My Cathedral of Choice, is always an arena
I know, I've shown these before, but, it's my blog.... so here ya go!
What could be better? A day of great education, horses, Great Friends, And Marrying My Guy?