Thursday, March 22, 2012

Hold Your Horses

Today was a travel day...among other things.
I will post two entries tomorrow.


Anonymous said...

HOLD YOUR HORSES: Today this means to be patient. In earlier days, before cars, spectators came on horses to watch the circus parade. Sometimes the horses would be startled by the appearance of elephants, so a person would walk in the parade ahead of the elephants and say, "Hold your horses, here come the elephants."

Anonymous said...

Hurrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrry the horses are getting restless. It is okay Mr. Ed don't get impatient. "Hi-yo, Silver! Away!"