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post #11 of 30 Old 01-26-2013, 05:00 PM Thread Starter
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So glad you are able to get out and about with them! No better therapy out there than that. Such a lovely group of ladies, I would be lying if I said I didn't have a fleeting thought about the beautiful Quarab babies they'd make with my old man if he were still in the game. How is Reed doing in his recovery?
Reed is doing better. He got approved for turn out but the horny jerk got too excited and now he keeps dropping his penis, so he's back stuck in 24-7 stall rest until he learns to keep it sucked up.
I'm just waiting on a call back from the surgeon because he is keeping it dropped lower then previously. Instead of just the tip, he's hanging it down about six inches, so I'm not sure if he's going to have to go back in for stitches or if he thinks he's far enough along he should be okay.

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Glad that you got out to see the horses & take some lovely pictures. Thank you for sharing w/us. Being on the crutches in the snow cannot be easy.It's so hard to see the horses move on to other homes, but I know you make sure they are good ones. Love Bree's belly-so round! Hope your healing journey continues on a good note.
Nope, crutches and snow doesn't work too good! My wonderful neighbour did bring his cat over and plowed a trail into the yard and down into the pasture for me, though, so I've only got a little over half a foot to get through instead of four. LOL

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Glad to hear he is doing better and feeling good lol. Sending jingles for both of you!

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WS How much is 25% weight bearing. I too was told that. Let's see I weigh 122lbs so that meant I was allowed to bear 31lbs. I had no idea of how much that was. Have you figured this out? I was delighted when I figured out how to ride the quad with the cast on, usually side saddle but sometimes astraddle with the crutches secured behind me.
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WS How much is 25% weight bearing. I too was told that. Let's see I weigh 122lbs so that meant I was allowed to bear 31lbs. I had no idea of how much that was. Have you figured this out? I was delighted when I figured out how to ride the quad with the cast on, usually side saddle but sometimes astraddle with the crutches secured behind me.
That's sort of what I was asking my PT. We weigh the same so if we ever figure it out for sure I can let you know! I'm a on very strict no riding/bumping/sliding/ski-dooing/anything that makes winter FUN and BEARABLE. lol

How my Phyiscal Therapist explained it to me is when you put the crutches out in front of you, most of your weight is going to go through your arms, and my left leg for now will only be there for balance weight.
But I don't really know how one would judge how much weight is on that leg? Lol I'm just kind of hobbling along - sometimes I end up using all my weight when I'm watering or giving grains but... I'm hoping it won't end up too bad.

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Enjoyed your pictures.
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Awe how did I miss this thread. Poor Maiden, she was such a good girl lol.

The frost looks very depressing. Very. I am glad to be south again so that I'm not freezing my toes off. Some of those baby bellies are looking pretty darn big eh?!

I love love love that picture of Quiz.
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Awe how did I miss this thread. Poor Maiden, she was such a good girl lol.

The frost looks very depressing. Very. I am glad to be south again so that I'm not freezing my toes off. Some of those baby bellies are looking pretty darn big eh?!

I love love love that picture of Quiz.
Least she is being loved, and we're invited over when she has the baby!
Zina and Rythm are getting pretty big. Bree still looks mostly fat. LOL

Quizzie looked awesome! She was so hyper today for some reason. Her toes got as froze as mine being out there, though.

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Glad you were able to get out there and see your babies in that winter wonderland!
And I am also happy to see your crew again, they all look so adorable in their winter woolies. =)

Oh, and be sure to let me know what day you're planning on dropping Khrome off at my place.
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Glad you were able to get out there and see your babies in that winter wonderland!
And I am also happy to see your crew again, they all look so adorable in their winter woolies. =)

Oh, and be sure to let me know what day you're planning on dropping Khrome off at my place.
Thank you!
They may look cute and fluffy but I'm ready for their spring coats! LOL
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