I'm a bit too old to play this hard! LOL
You're not canceling your challenge are you? That rodeo is a bit too rough for me.
The first thing I thought was no animal cruelty! Too rough and tough for me!
Been there...done that!! Love Thelwell xx
Oh no! Flashbacks of going over a horse's head.
I've never ridden a horse and definitely don't intend to start now! Too rough for me..lol. x
That's too easy - try it without a saddle! (Done that!!) :)
Cripes! How did Miss find out about the Rodeo???? Yikes . . . we're for it now! I'm hiding behind YOU Mrs A! We might need to jump in the duck pond to avoid repercussions. Hettie . . . QUICK . . . hide the horse. Sally: stop messing about and help Hettie hide the horse. Sue . . . hide the saddle xxx
Tee heeheehee! Oh boy my back is already hurting lol!!! Much fun to be had by all xx
YeeHaw!!!!!!!!!! What fun this looks like - more like 30 years ago though! LOL! I really think I could be over the age for this kind of fun.......maybe!Lynn
Sarn 'bout says it all.....and how lucky I should return to the Playground on such a busy day. I wondered why everyone was carrying pillows. I hope they helped. Have a great day, and boy hiding the horse, Hettie, where did you hide a horse? I think that one will be a bit hard to pull off. Happy trails Cow girls!
There is absolutely nuffin behind those new bushes miss! And that was Sarn and Mrs A sneezing... And that head is a very realistic looking hobby horse!
LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Di I'm hiding behind Sarn and Mrs A hahahahaha love it totally love it huggles Sue xx
Lol....................you always get us going!!
Nay, nay and thrice nay! Vicky x
But I'm from the wild west! Of course we Roh-Dee-Oh here! AND we get two paid days of work in which to do it.
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