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post #231 of 348 Old 07-12-2013, 09:03 AM Thread Starter
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I confess that I want to give Roadyy's wife a medal!

I would also like to help her exact revenge!
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I confess my wife is already good at medaling..
It was a play on Foxhunter's post... I confess I hope this helps. Lol

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post #232 of 348 Old 07-12-2013, 04:19 PM
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I confess I think it does.
I confess to while I was swimming today I kicked the pool filter and that it really, really hurt!
I also confess to pinching my cousin while in the pool.

Pshh....I don't procrastinate, I just do unimportant things VERY productively!

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post #233 of 348 Old 07-12-2013, 09:45 PM
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I confess I HATE the sound of people popping their knuckles. If my students do it I tell them I'm going to give them extra homework ( I never do). If I had known my husband was soooo bad about it I never would have married him!

I confess that I will buy candy or other treats at the store and eat it before I get home so I don't have to share it with anyone.

I confess I like animals more than people.
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post #234 of 348 Old 07-13-2013, 01:47 AM
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I confess I to have brought chocolate and devoured it before getting home so I don't have to share
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post #235 of 348 Old 07-13-2013, 01:54 AM
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I confess im so tired but too lazy to brush my teeth right now so im staying up to avoid it.
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post #236 of 348 Old 07-13-2013, 03:08 AM
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I confess I need a job, badly!
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post #237 of 348 Old 07-13-2013, 04:28 AM
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I confess to being glad I am alive!

Just returned from walking the dogs and it is a wonderful day to come.
I took them to an area that is little walked as the terrain is steep and rough. There was a sea mist being burnt off by the early morning sun, nothing more than a slight breeze which was refreshing.
Hundreds of rabbits for the dogs to exercise so, I took a break and sat on a rock contemplating the area. So many wild flowers in the grasses and I saw Kestrel drop from a great height to catch a mouse and take it back to where they are nesting high on the cliffs.
I am getting fitter as I am less puffed clambering up and down the steep slopes.

Bet that I can out pace Stan any day!
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post #238 of 348 Old 07-13-2013, 01:21 PM
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I confess to being glad I am alive!

Just returned from walking the dogs and it is a wonderful day to come.
I took them to an area that is little walked as the terrain is steep and rough. There was a sea mist being burnt off by the early morning sun, nothing more than a slight breeze which was refreshing.
Hundreds of rabbits for the dogs to exercise so, I took a break and sat on a rock contemplating the area. So many wild flowers in the grasses and I saw Kestrel drop from a great height to catch a mouse and take it back to where they are nesting high on the cliffs.
I am getting fitter as I am less puffed clambering up and down the steep slopes.

Bet that I can out pace Stan any day!
I confess that foxhunter is deaming if she thinks she can out pace me. When we take our dogs, and our horses, for a walk over the sand dunes we don't sit on a rock and rest while watching the little bunnies run around. I activly chase them to show the dogs and the horses how its done. Ever tried running over sand dunes.
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post #239 of 348 Old 07-13-2013, 02:02 PM
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I confess these are the small sand dunes. There is 60 miles of dunes along this beach I live on and no rocks to sit on. Foxy

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post #240 of 348 Old 07-13-2013, 02:34 PM
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Stan, I confess being jealous that you have such a pretty place to ride. It is rock free, so I could ride today even with the missing horse shoes that got sucked off in the mud yesterday.

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