Originally Posted by StarlingWings
Katie, those are great photos! I absolutely love them, the way you and Tessa interact is lovely. Also, I like the way your hair is curled
I understand not wanting to post photos of your face online, I don't either
Being a secret agent is tough, huh?
I had no idea about Dressember, that's a very cool idea. I love wearing dresses, and adore the idea of "You can do anything in a dress".
Thanks so much for sharing!
Thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed them and yeah, it's definitely tough keeping your face hidden! And you can always do Dressember next year
Originally Posted by BlueBirdNYC
beautiful ... !
Originally Posted by FaeryBee
Lovely pictures, Katie - thanks for sharing them with us.
Your Tess is absolutely gorgeous and Dressember is definitely a great cause!
Thank you, I'm so glad you liked them! And thanks, I think so too
Originally Posted by Cody
Dressember is a great idea, beautiful pictures and Tessa is a beautiful horse. I used to ride a lot many years ago and your pictures brought back fond memories of a horse named Ginger that I used to ride.
Oh, I'm so glad! What kind of horse was Ginger?
Originally Posted by RavensGryf
Beautiful pics Katie
. Dressember sounds like a great thing to do. I am a woman who never ever EVER wears dresses, so I'd have to buy one
and wear it everyday lol. I think I still have some old skirts hanging in the closet
. I don't show my face online either.
Tessa is gorgeous. Is she considered a pony? I'm not too familiar with horses, but it seems when I've seen full size horses in person, they're absolutely gigantic to me (I'm not used to large animals). Tessa looks a bit smaller.
Thank you for taking a look at them!
And I would be in the same boat as you, but since I go to church for 2 services every Sunday, I've acquired a fairly broad range of dresses and skirts. It also helps that my mom gives her old ones to me because she "thinks they look better on me." I'm not complaining
And thank you, I think she is too
Haha so here is where it gets complicated. There are breeds that are actual ponies (i.e. Chincoteague Pony). But then there are horses that can also be considered ponies as well. If a horse is below 14.2 hands, it would be considered a pony. Tessa is an American Paint Horse and stands at 14.3, so she's just barely considered a horse. She is
a smaller horse but makes up for it in personality
There are also horses at my stable that are 17 hands