Thursday, July 31, 2008

Movin and a Groovin

Good Bye Marvin!
Little Marvin (yes that is his legal full name) moved out tonight after living with us for 14 months! He is off to living in the big city of Manhattan! He will be missed! However, I am really excited to get to move into his big room!

Here is Marvin and Cory waiting for the cab to take him to Manhattan. Marvin did a good job of packing light! He got rid of a bunch of stuff! Cory found a good book that he is going to read!
Here is the before shot of Marvin's old room. It is a lot bigger than it looks.
My belly is a lot bigger than it looks also!
We already cleared out the room and Cory just got done shampooing the carpet! Tomorrow we will get to move in furniture!
On Wednesday we took a group of kids to Pal-O-Mine for the last time! This horse has cool hair!
It was Darrin's 16th birthday!
The kids work with the horses doing activites and here they are trying to learn teamwork!
The horses were very interested in what watching 6 kids lead one horse!
As you can see the horse was winning! It was fun to watch! The rule was that the students had to hold the rope on the end with one hand. Finally they got the hang of it and lead the horse away!
During this activity the kids were racing the horse through an obstacle course through "6 states" just as the Pony Express did!
Shakiem and his horse!
The kids had fun and the horses were really good sports!
Tomorrow is my last day of work until school starts again in September! Break time for Annie!


Anonymous 4:58 PM  

Best wishes to Marvin on his new place in the city. Tell him Hi for me!
I can hardly wait to see what you do with your new space!
What a great deal for your kids with the horses. It looked like a great time! I know that is one thing that you will miss now that your break has finally happened.
Yes! Another year of school completed! There is such relief and Joy for the year to come to an end! Enjoy!

Anonymous 12:28 AM  

Aaaaa horse is a horse of course of course and no one can talk to a horse of course..... M

nate-in-the-box 2:51 AM  

i have seen the old woodcuts of people being killed by tying their limbs to horses and having them run in different directions(it seems pretty effective) however i don't think it works as well with the roles reversed. plus i am trying to imagine what capital offense the horse could have committed.

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