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    09-29-2008, 11:38 AM

Good morning everyone!

Hope everyone's weekend was good.
I made it though my weekend and what an eventful, educational and relaxing weekend it was.
I posted pictures on a different thread so I won't go too much into all that.
Not much more going on except that it is a work day (but only have three days before my weekend again HEEHEEHEE.)
My kids have Friday off so I may take my daughter on a trail ride that day since my son has football practice.

Iride, I have those famous Vegas Bagels with cream cheese and COFFEE! Help yourselves

Have a great day everyone and lots of smiles (Friday is coming SOON!)
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    09-29-2008, 12:05 PM
Green Broke
I am moving in slow motion today. It's 11:00 and I'm still in my pj's. I missed the mail and didn't get the bills sent out on time, so that means a trip to the post office. The house is a wreck and the little dogs are all looking at me to take them out. Just pour the coffee directly over my head.
    09-29-2008, 12:22 PM
Good 'mornin Gaited,Jen, and everyone else!

Gaited, I read your other post about the clinic weekend and I am very jealous. I love the scenery.

It's a little after 11 here too and it seems like my day is already 1/2 over. I'm actually under control - the horses are fed and ridden, the dog is feed, so are the cats and the ducks. Work is well underway and it's time to get lunch ready.

Bagels, cream cheese, coffee. Gaited why do you do that to me? (oh yeah, I know ... it's because you can)
    09-29-2008, 02:25 PM
Green Broke
Hey Bill, did you see Clinton over the weekend...or is that next weekend?
    09-29-2008, 02:41 PM
Hi Jen,

It's this coming weekend at the Circle M Ranch which is only about 5 miles from me.

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