The Simple Things in Life


I just spent some nice time with my Step-daughter, who even though was an adult when her Mom and I got togeather, never had a quam about calling me her Step-dad.  She’s always been into horses so today she stopped by and here we are.

just red

red 1

Red, Kathy and what's his name.  ;)

Red, Kathy and what's his name. 😉

Red and I

Red and I

Did you see the arse on that horse?  Or is that the arse with that horse?  Whatever, a nice afternoon and a couple of hours with my wonderful step-daughter.



5 Responses to “The Simple Things in Life”

  1. Salvatore Says:

    Beautiful horse Chas,
    that’s a nice looking chestnut,
    my family has horse’s,
    they keep them at the race track and some on the farm.
    My step daughter does shows and instructions for beginners. And I’m still looking for the chestnut, I love chestnut’s roasting on an open fire. 😉


  2. Frank C Says:

    Lovely time with the step kiddie and horses arse…..glad U had a great time.
    Me of course being the horse’s arse…lol


  3. Pat Says:

    beautiful horse and nice pictures of you and your stepdaughter never rode a horse in my life but always admired them i watch animal planet a lot and cant believe how those beautiful animals could ever be abused they are magnificent animals
    I’ve rode many a time Pat. But not so much for pleasure. I’ve always been around a horse that was for work. Doesn’t mean I didn’t enjoy the ride however.


  4. Gini Says:

    That is just lovely Chas…thanks! YOU didn’t look at the camera tho, hum??? Gorgeous horse tho. 🙂 Gini

  5. Mary Says:

    OMG that horse is beautiful! I love horses, had been around them growing up, not so much now. My brother trains horses so I am around them a little when I see him. It is in our blood I think.

    Beautiful pics.
    Eileen says the same thing. Once you are a horse person you are always a horse person. They have always been a tool for me, but that doesn’t mean that i don’t enjoy having them around. 😉

    “Little Horse’s are in the blood of all little girls, from a very young age.” Eileen


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