Samuel Jerome and Richnightder

Samuel Jerome and Richnightder
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Thursday, September 15, 2011

Look out world, here comes my baby girl

Tomorrow and Saturday, Madison will be gainfully employed.  Alright, it's only for 2 days, but it's her first real job besides babysitting or cleaning horse stalls.  She will be working in the Wells Fargo booth downtown Bismarck during the street fair selling Indian Tacos, funnel cake, cheese curds (Blech) and other assorted heart attacks served on a paper plate! 

With her earnings, she will be purchasing a new bridle for Ka Ching.  It's a used one, but falls within her price range and she will have the full satisfaction of knowing she bought it with the fruits of her labor!

Where has time gone that she is old enough to have a job?

Her riding with Ka Ching has really taken pun intended.  Karla believes she will be able to progress thru training level 1,2, and 3 and move into first level dressage next Spring.  She adores dressage and is crazy about jumping with Ka Ching.  Ka Ching is an honest jumper and gives her all to Madison.  Together, they are a cute team and Madison looks forward to competing with her with great enthusiasm.  My baby is growing up and sometimes I really don't like.  Other times, I'm counting the days until I can move her into a college dorm!


GB's Mom said...

Proud mama! And you should be.

Tina Hollenbeck said...

You are obviously not from Wisconsin if you think cheese curds are blechy; they are a prime delicacy around here. :^)

Steve Zakur said...

The kids sure do grow up quick. Mine is talking about his drivers license already and what kind of car I should buy him. I'm still thinking he should have training wheels on his bike.