Last week, our church put on a Vacation Bible School (VBS) program that was cowboy-themed. I was a registration table worker, but in my off time, I was the hand-sanitizer lady...for when the kids were finished visiting the horses out back (I know, how appropriate, huh? I didn't even ask for that job!). So, when Sophie's class came out for their turn, I was ready with my camera.
Each kid got to sit on a horse and have their picture taken.
Then there were other "horsey" stations.
Sophie and her good buddy Lily
Here, the kiddos were listening to facts about horses.
They got to try out different types of saddles,
and check out some other equipment used for caring for horse.
Then they moved onto the horse food station to learn about what horses eat. They listened like this to this dear kid's scripted speech for about 8.5 seconds. Then, their attention was diverted by the anticipation of this next station...
the carriage ride!
Everybody got a turn
to take a spin
around the church parking lot.
Cowboy VBS was awesome! Yee-haw!