Wednesday, March 18, 2009

It's Not Graffiti ~ It's Washable Barn Chalk Art

...and our daughter knows the difference. We can take a hose to the walls and have brand new looking stall fronts in a matter of how long it takes to dry.

And I cannot tell you how many times I have been able to quickly feed the horses or do this or that while she or she and daddy draws away (or Someone and I draw away, while daddy feeds).


  1. I love seeing photo's of your

  2. What a DARLING idea! I love this. Something I never envisioned or heard of doing with sidewalk chalk.

    Hope you're doing better today. I was sharing your story with a girlfriend on the phone and we were both sad for you. She reads you as well.

  3. I meant to tell you too....that poem was phenomenal. Very heart wrenching and beautifully written. Thank you for sharing it. I had never read it before.

  4. I love this ! I quite often give the kids the chalk bucket and let them loose on the side of the shed or the fence !

    I'm feeling bad about my comment the other day (about what I could eat) I didn't even think, and I hope it didn't upset you too much, darlin'.
    I hope and pray that you're doing okay.

  5. TM, no offense taken on the 'could eat a horse' comment... I'm not that thinned skinned. It's all about intention with me.
    Thanks for your thoughts.

  6. WOW! what a beautiful barn. Did your thoughtful and very handy husband build that for you? You must feel so lucky to have some one so good with his me chills. : )


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