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    04-27-2010, 07:48 PM
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All I need is my horse

I dunno why but I've just been in a rotten mood since a few days ago. Today just sucks though. I've had a headache most of the day, my eyes hurt (probably start of a sinus infection), I'm hormonal and pissy, I've bumped into or knocked some body part on everything, I just want to sit in her stall and be safe. I'm guessing it could be hormones from that special time of the month but a bunch of past messed up emotionally traumatic memories have been popping up and punching me in the face. Not sure why either, I'm shrugging it up to that special time of the month but it's just ruined my mood. She always knows when somethings up too. She obeys extra good and works right under me, she nuzzles me more and is over all very cuddly. There's a difference in her when something is bothering me and I absolutely love the way horses can just tell. It takes my mind off of things that seem to get me down once a month.
Today is Caleigh's 11 birthday and I made her a little cake thing. It's grated carrots and apples mixed with oats and molasses with 3 marshmallows melted in and mixed (holds it all together). It's sitting in my fridge right now but like a good mommy she doesn't get it until after dinner. Lol. If she doesn't like it my dogs will be more than happy to eat it.
     
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    04-27-2010, 09:27 PM
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I know how you feel. I was the exact same way today and took my boy on a nice bareback trail ride. He was being super cuddly, and it made me feel so much better. I love that horse. He keeps me sane. Beautiful blue skies, and a cool breeze. The day was perfect. I have no idea what I'd do without him.

On a lighter note, Zu's 11th birthday is next week! I'm making a cake as well.
Hope Caleigh likes hers!
     
    04-28-2010, 12:44 AM
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She didn't want to eat it but she licked the taste and parts of it off my hands. The dogs finished the rest for her. Lol.
     
    04-28-2010, 12:48 AM
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Oh geez I know how you feel, for the past few days all I've wanted to do is be at the barn. I havent even felt like hanging out with my friends. Or even my boyfriend. Only my horse, and/or the people at the barn. :) haha I feel bad, I don't know when renas birthday is :( but I don't want to bother her old owner (who is already really busy) with something like that :[ but she's half thoroughbred, so I celebrate it on jan.1 :]
     
    04-28-2010, 04:47 AM
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That works! I used to pick a random day on the calendar for horses I was leasing if I didn't know a birthday. Lol. It's not like the horse knows though, they just think they're getting extra treats just because.
I haven't wanted to do anything except be at the barn. I've been there morning until night for the past few days just trying to clear my head. It's a close family there and everyone has been really supportive especially my horse. She was great under saddle yesterday.
     

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