Our 4th of July was simple and fairly noise free. We drove 2 hours to Louisiana, my husband shod 2 horses, Addie enjoyed the swing and I took turns watching them both. Then we drove 2 hours home, grilled some ribs and veggies from the garden and did fireworks. The smoke bombs were first. I love smoke bombs.
I’m pretty sure you aren’t supposed to hold these in your hand. Don’t try this at home kids!
Did you do anything extra fun this past Friday?
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Oh, your little one is adorable! How sweet is that smile… 🙂 Just melty!! I don’t actually celebrate holidays of any kind (though I DO love watching fireworks for sure!), so the 4th just came and went. BUT – I did have a fab time out in Windsor shopping with my daughter, grown now with kids of her own, but I still love pampering her. I got her some bits for her Pandora bracelet and we had a glorious Italian coffee in the sunshine! Glad your weekend went well… the smoke bombs look like stinky fun! 😀 Btw – what is the breed of your rooster pictured in about.me? He’s a beaut!
Thank you, I love my Addie (even when she is a tart!). Sounds like you had more excitement than I did, shopping and Italian coffee sounds divine! And the smoke bombs are great fun, I also like them because they are silent. And my rooster, his name was Roger Dodger and he was a Rhode Island Red. He was rather wicked and he went to live with my mother and a fox ate him. But he was very easy on the eyes!
Are you really married to a farrier, too? Too funny. Looks like you guys had fun!
That is funny, yes I married my farrier! I still have my last farrier bill… 🙂
I married a man who happened to be a farrier. (I didn’t get my horses until we were together, though I had been riding since I was eight.) I’m actually working on a post about how to tell if you’re married to a farrier…
I can hardly wait to read it! 😀
Addie is so adorable!
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