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        03-27-2013, 12:38 PM
      #51
    Trained
    , looks like he passes on his good genes! DD gots legs for days, I used to be happy that I bred out these lousy "pasterns", but now I'm not so sure...

    Come here NOW so we can keep them corraled! Ain't a boy around for MILES!
    (and plenty of places to bury one if need be )

    Hang in there it's coming, it's coming! My grass is growing, so you should have it in another week or so!
         
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        03-27-2013, 12:44 PM
      #52
    Yearling
    If anyone is looking for a hot, single, 40ish farrier, I'll let you know when mine is coming to the barn next. He's super nice and really cute. He loves horses more than sports to boot!

    And yes, totally with you all on the winter doldrums. I actually was personally offended when it snowed again yesterday. New Hampshire has received about 70 inches of snow this winter, with consistently below normal temps. I can't take it any more!!
         
        03-27-2013, 12:48 PM
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    , looks like he passes on his good genes! DD gots legs for days, I used to be happy that I bred out these lousy "pasterns", but now I'm not so sure...

    Come here NOW so we can keep them corraled! Ain't a boy around for MILES!
    (and plenty of places to bury one if need be )

    Hang in there it's coming, it's coming! My grass is growing, so you should have it in another week or so!
    The pastern thing, Glad to not think about passing things on in those terms, if I passed on my genes the poor kid would look like an out of proportion halter horse, all gaskins and butt

    Ah, grass, please hurry up!!! I'm just ready for the darn snow to melt off so I can get my garden tilled up.
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        03-27-2013, 01:13 PM
      #54
    Started
    My daughter has so taken after hubby. He's 6'2, I'm 5'1, an dshes already to my shoulders at the grand ol age of 5 (almost 6)! By the time she's 8 I swear she will have passed me out.... tall and skinny.. argh! Two things I can't say are a trait of mine. Although she does have my stubborn, sassy and opinionated attitude.... not sure those are the best things to pass on though :)

    Ladies, you will be proud of me - I braved the snow and went out for a ride! I only got about 20 min done as I had both little people with me and the young lad can only be entertained for so long. Neither Bandit or myself have done much since DS arrived, so today was very much a fitness build up.... guys I swear I look like somebody who has never ridden before :( Put Bandit back out and brought in Nod for a quick lunge - I must take a video of her, she is some mover and you wouldn't know she is 22! DS went nutso for a ride after 10 min lunging, so up he got and he did 4 laps of the arena and then screamed when I took him off. Lol!

    I've had a few good lookin farriers, but my current one is an older man. He's far more reliable than the younger guys. As easy as some are on the eyes, I'd rather one who comes one when he says he is going to :)
         
        03-27-2013, 02:23 PM
      #55
    Yearling
    We took this video a week ago ( I think) when we took the Shetland colt out to exercise...he started following my son around like he's in charge, turning when he turned, trying to shuffle when my son started running. Of course, they both got distracted and uncooperative once we started filming! XD

    We were right there, of course, in grab distance.

    Lucian and Pumpkin - YouTube
         
        03-27-2013, 08:30 PM
      #56
    Yearling
    Well, since everyone is sharing dogs and not cats, I'll bite ;)








    Those are my favorites, and the gray is my son's favorite. The Maine Coon is my baby, he was in just about EVERY picture of my son after he was born...he still hasn't quite learned to run away from him yet..../headdesk....
         
        03-28-2013, 12:46 AM
      #57
    Trained
    Just wanted to share my brother's new cat. He got him today off Craigslist for free. The people were giving him away because their older cat has been picking on him since they got him (almost two years ago! :mad: ). Anyway, my brother picked him up today. We're hoping he'll settle in once he realizes he's out of that crazy house. So far, my brother has been calling him "Mr Kitty" (at 43, you'd think he could come up with a better name than that lol).


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        03-28-2013, 08:46 AM
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    Well, since everyone is sharing dogs and not cats, I'll bite ;)








    Those are my favorites, and the gray is my son's favorite. The Maine Coon is my baby, he was in just about EVERY picture of my son after he was born...he still hasn't quite learned to run away from him yet..../headdesk....
    OMG that cat looks SO mad! Haha that's great.
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        03-28-2013, 09:46 AM
      #59
    Yearling
    Oh, I am more than a little obsessed with my cat, Newton. I've had him since I got him as a kitten in August 2001. He's straight out of the Louisiana swamps, and he's gigantic (19ish lbs). He has lived in more states than most Americans (6 so far), and taken a couple of plane flights with me. He's got loads of personality, is a pretty good mouser for a pampered cat his size, terrorizes the dogs, but seems to be scared of the chickens.

    He's lived in mostly cold climates during his adult life, but during the summer, he wants to be right in the hottest rays of the sun- you can't take the Louisiana out of the cat:


    My husband has convinced him he likes belly rubs:


    I'm actually glad he's scared of the chickens:
         
        03-28-2013, 11:05 AM
      #60
    Showing
    Demon, I'm moving in to help spoil your kitties. DH is allergic to cats and I've been whining for years that I want a MC in the house. :( Growing up we had a Bengal named Taz that was the snow leopard color/pattern and he was a big, big boy. Love big cats. Someday when I kick DH out I will have one again

    I am down to one barn cat. Had 2 but one of the new boarder horses killed my favorite one last week. Mine are all used to them, could care less that they are around. Apparently she doesn't like small animals. RIP Squeaky Milo.
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