Back In The Saddle

Mourning is officially over, for everyone except Pony Boy. He usually just carts around little children and gets rewarded with buckets of carrots and sweet feed, but he was a good sport today. He even put up with lots of hugs and kisses. His bridle was dusty and needed a little polishI needed to walkContinue reading “Back In The Saddle”

49Th Annual Greek Funstival

Last year’s event at St. Sophia’s Greek Orthodox Church was so much fun, we could not wait to go back this year. The children were just as precious and we recognized some of them. I talked to one of the older boys and he told me that they practice every Sunday. You can tell.It wasContinue reading “49Th Annual Greek Funstival”

Photos of the 2009 Floresville Peanut Festival Parade

Duke and Duchess representing Sacred Heart School. The dragon in the cage is real! The Grand Marshalls of this years parade are Al and Elaine Kolodziej, the publishers of the Wilson County News. Ryan William of the house of Hubbard. Emperor of Nature’s Artistry and King of the Court of Enchanted Gardens A beautiful girlContinue reading “Photos of the 2009 Floresville Peanut Festival Parade”

The Paparazzi

The Duke and Duchess representing Sacred Heart School in Floresville, Texas were well documented as they waved to the crowd’s in the annual Floresville Peanut Festival Parade on Saturday October 10, 2009. The Duke, Thomas Peyton Parish was honored to have his Godfather Tracy Spring, representing his Godparents at the festivities. Peyton’s brother who isContinue reading “The Paparazzi”

Goodwill Hunting

The last two week-ends we have gone thrift store shopping. We started out in Southtown in down town San Antonio and last week-end had good luck at the Texas Thrift Store. Peyton found these sunglasses. There was no price tag. “That will be ninety six” the cashier informed me. Dollars or cents, I wondered. Well,Continue reading “Goodwill Hunting”

My Kind Of Town

We walked just about everywhere that we wanted to go. The weather in Chicago was especially nice over the week-end before Saint Patrick’s Day. Lots of the same stores that we have in San Antonio, but bigger, like Borders,Barnes & Noble and the Target on Roosevelt is two stories…. HUGE. We bought a broom andContinue reading “My Kind Of Town”

A river full of ducks and streets full of horses

  So we leave the ranch and the critters behind and set off to the big city of San Antonio to take some photos to inspire our creativity and what do we see? Mallards and Muscovy ducks swimming in the San Antonio river eating nachos and gorditas that the tourists sitting outside the restaurants areContinue reading “A river full of ducks and streets full of horses”