Zippitty Do Dah
Zippitty Do Dah
By Heather Grovet
 

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“I had no idea how much fun it would be to wash a horse!” Ruth-Ann exclaimed.

Zippitty Do Dah, shortened to Zipper, is Ruth-Ann’s sorrel and white Paint pony. 

Ready to Ride friends Ruth-Ann Chow, Kendra Rawling, and Megan Lewis worked hard to get their ponies washed and groomed. They even braided the ponies’ manes with ribbons. The Fun Fair would begin the next day at Sedgwick Adventist Church. The girls had decided to give pony rides to kids for one dollar. 

The girls had planned carefully and checked all of their equipment. They had helmets for all the riders, and adults were on hand if anything happened. Beyond that, they had prayed that God would keep the riders safe and no one would get hurt. So, why didn’t God answer their prayer? 

Life isn’t always the way we’d like it to be. But in troubles large and small, God can be trusted.