Disney Alternatives: Mickey vs Mr. Ed

So you’re planning your next vacation. The kids want to hit the rides, go swimming and eat as much junk as they can con you into. You, on the other hand, want to see the sights, but not from hundreds of feet in the air as you’re whirling around on a ride into which you have to be strapped. You, too, want to eat wonderful foods you don’t have to cook, sleep on a soft bed you don’t have to make and just relax. Well, have we got news for you! How about fresh mountain air, food cooked …

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Recruitment and Riding

Hey everybody! So sorry for my late post, this week has been incredibly busy for me and my fellow sisters in my sorority. Monday marked the beginning of formal recruitment for the girls of Alpha Delta Pi at Baylor University, which means that we spend a week not sleeping, hardly eating, and rushing through our various responsibilities with the vigor of a Spartan warrior. Although it can truly be exhausting at times, come the end of the week when we have all of the new girls in our family it is so incredibly worth it. I bring this …

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Ian Miller and Big Ben: Throwback to My Childhood Heroes

I recently came across a few of the horse books I had when I was younger. My family recently moved and in that process we uncovered a bunch of old items and junk, which had been tucked away in our basement or garage untouched for many years. This included many horse encyclopedias and picture books, the Walter Farley “Black Stallion” series (as you all might remember from a previous post) and of course a little biography on Big Ben, one of my favorite reads. He was a big chestnut horse owned and ridden by Ian Miller on the …

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