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post #11331 of 17083 Old 03-23-2011, 04:34 AM
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Yeah is there any chance you could explain that again that made no sense to me ???

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along with our dogs Patch and Bear.
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post #11332 of 17083 Old 03-23-2011, 09:47 AM
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My dad (yesterday) got out our horse, Blue, and trimmed her hooves, then he came in and said to me "Go brush Blue" then sat on the computer. So I went out and brushed her (with no clue he wanted to ride her when I was done) and when I was done I put her up (I wasn't supposed to.). So I went back in and this is how the conversation went:
Me: Hey Dad.
Dad: What did you do with her?
Me: Brushed her and put her up...
Dad: You put her up?! Did I tell you to do that?!
Me: No.....
D: Get out there and clean the chicken coop for about 30 minutes okay?
M: Okay dad
D: Okay?
M: Alright!

So there I am cleaning up out totally stinky chicken coop mumbling to myself saying, "this is all his fault...why am I out her?...He should be doing this...." and on and on and on. (yeah, dad, if you read this, I got kind of up set, it REALLY stinked in there...) But finally my friend came over and gave me a little help....Whaddiya know? She likes farm work!

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post #11333 of 17083 Old 03-23-2011, 09:50 AM
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Lil Donkey: Things aren't always easy. Although your dad might not have been clear, but it is good to clean up stuff like that. It teaches you responsibility, and at your age that is a very good trait to have.

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post #11334 of 17083 Old 03-23-2011, 09:52 AM
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yeah, true, but he made me do it because of his own words!

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post #11335 of 17083 Old 03-23-2011, 09:57 AM
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Cause once you get a job (years from now), your boss might have a bad day and do something similar to what your dad did. With him being your boss, you need to learn to do it anyway, so you can keep your "job."
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post #11336 of 17083 Old 03-23-2011, 10:06 AM
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I. Am. So. Sick. Of. Snow.

Just last week it was nice and sunny out, highs in the 50's, most of the snow was melted. Now from yesterday, last night, and this morning, we've once again accuired 5 foot snow drifts. Plus, it was snowthunder so all last night it was lightning and thundering something crazy. And I was finally getting on a regular schedule with Lakota. Pretty much every school in the area of our newsstation is closed today and we were snowed in, so my mom's home from work. My dad just took the Dodge out and smashed his way through the snow so he could get to work.

To see the wind's power, the rain's cleansing, and the sun's radiant life, one need only to look at the horse.
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post #11337 of 17083 Old 03-23-2011, 10:12 AM
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I. Am. So. Sick. Of. Snow.

Just last week it was nice and sunny out, highs in the 50's, most of the snow was melted. Now from yesterday, last night, and this morning, we've once again accuired 5 foot snow drifts. Plus, it was snowthunder so all last night it was lightning and thundering something crazy. And I was finally getting on a regular schedule with Lakota. Pretty much every school in the area of our newsstation is closed today and we were snowed in, so my mom's home from work. My dad just took the Dodge out and smashed his way through the snow so he could get to work.

You got SNOW last night? Oh, that is verrrrry bad! Here I was complaining because of the cold and rain, and you got SNOW! I guess I should be grateful. I think I would have seriously just covered my head and gone back to bed until it melted. I can't DEAL with winter anymore! How frustrating!

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post #11338 of 17083 Old 03-23-2011, 10:15 AM
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We're having 78*F weather here, I'm loving it. Sorry to brag
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post #11339 of 17083 Old 03-23-2011, 10:16 AM
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We're having 78*F weather here, I'm loving it. Sorry to brag
That's just RUDE!!!! Soooo jealous!

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post #11340 of 17083 Old 03-23-2011, 11:52 AM
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I know! Was sooo excited for spring and then down comes the snow. Its not too crazy but it is FREEZING! We are all outside and shivering..
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