From the Pencils of Babes
In my sermon on Sunday, in a bit of self-disclosure, I mentioned that I am afraid of horses.
I mentioned that my sister always loved horses (no, I didn't mention the fact that I oscillated between pretending to love horses and suggesting her favorite horse, the one she called "Cappy," might be the next course at a fictional restaurant (I believe created by Bob and Tom back before they were a nationally syndicated morning show - when their juvenile humor was only available in a 50-60 mile radius of Indy) called "Burger Pony"), and I admitted that they scare me. They're really big and they can kick really hard and I don't want to get bitten by one of them (I did tell the congregation that I've never been kicked or bitten by one).
So anyway, after the service, one of the kids in attendance (Brianna) brought me her children's bulletin, on which she had drawn me a picture.
You can (hopefully) see the picture to the left - complete with the inscription: To Brian: Horses are SAFE!