Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries and the forthcoming And the Crows Took Their Eyes . . .
Oh yes, dear Josie. It's easy to tell you were born to ride. It's good you are on a farm so you might someday have a real live horse to ride. I love Ribbons and oh, the places you and Ribbons can go.
I remember (how is unknown in our mysterious brains) learning how to gallop a hobby horse as a child. Galloping is hard enough without a stick between your legs!
She is such a joy to watch as she grows. That last photo is priceless! ❤️❤️❤️
No, I think you were born to charm the world, Josie!
So cute, especially the perfect ending.
And after many years of traveling the world together, faded, ragged, and worn; Ribbons will become "real". The world of a child's imagination is such a wonder.
This kid cracks me up! Her and Ribbons will be best buds and she will always remember who loved her enough to gift Ribbons to her. Her great attitude amazes me, love her to bits.
She's not only born to ride, she's definitely born to entertain. Delightful series of photos...
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