Monthly Archives: April 2010

because you can never have too many…

This little beauty is getting a test-drive at the wedding I’m shooting tomorrow with the lovely Molly down in Larkspur. I needed (no really!) a bag to carry a couple lenses and a flash around for easy access. I’d really like to get a shootsac with one of their fantastic floral covers but it’s just…

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7 days . plus one

A week ago, the shrubbery in our yard looked like this… Now it looks more like this… I turned the last photo into my new wallpaper. Love it! Happy Spring everyone! … And that was where I was going to end the post when I started writing it yesterday, but then I woke up today…

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parting is such sweet sorrow…

Right now, our guest bed is completely covered in girls’ clothes sizes 3 months to 3T. I have one week to sort, price, and tag all the spring and summer clothes that the girls have grown out of in preparation for the Boulder County Parents of Twins & More (BCPTM) Spring Sale. I will procrastinate…

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  • Julie Woodger (Mum)

    The girls are really growing which causes some nostalgia but it’s a productive project to sort and sell those cute outfits. There are certainly more to come. Good luck.ReplyCancel

meanwhile, back at the ranch…

If there is one thing that my daughter, Kadel, loves above all other things, it’s horses. Her twin sister, Leslie, is also into horses but she is not quite the fanatic that Kadel is. Ever since she got to “ride” a horse in Montana at the age of 2, she has become fluent in horse-ese….

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  • Looks like a. perfect day. I, too, have a couple horse lover girls in my home. And I’m certain every pair of jeans Logan owns has a hole in at least one knee from all of her time spent imitating a horse. She’s got the neighing down pretty darn good. :-)

    Fanny sure looks good for her age. Every horse gets that same look in their eye when being fed treats. Kind of the same as putting a bottle in a baby’s mouth.

    I really enjoyed and related to your post. Thanks for sharing!ReplyCancel

    • Thank YOU, angel.

      So what’s 23 in horse years? I was surprised to hear that she was that old. I thought she looked pretty darn good too. :)ReplyCancel

  • Dad

    Great pictures! Particularly of Leslie waiting her turn. One comment on format, I’m used to seeing the picture’s caption under the picture rather than over it so for a while I was attributing the caption to the wrong picture. This did not take anything away from the high quality pictures. You must be pleased by the comments you’re getting. Love, DReplyCancel

  • Tina

    Great shots Tracy. Glad to see there are more horse lovers in the family. Keep it up!ReplyCancel

  • Julie Woodger (Mum)

    What lucky and happy girls spending an hour with beautiful, calm Fanny. Love the pictures! Almost feel like I was there.ReplyCancel

  • Kristin

    These are such wonderful shots and I cannot believe how big the girls are.

    I grew up riding … you are giving them a wonderful gift by having them get to know the beauty of horses.ReplyCancel

    • Thanks, Kristin! I love that here in Colorado there are so many ranches that anytime we drive anywhere we see beautiful horses.ReplyCancel