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        07-03-2012, 09:28 AM
      #131
    Showing
    Hi Allie :) Hey Tricia

    Tricia, I felt the same way.. but it's good for your horse to get ridden by different people so they gain confidence and adapt to the different weight changes. You're allowed to feel that pang of "he's mine..." and you have a right to decline people and pick out one that really works for your horse.

    It'll all work out :) You always need to be the one deciding though.
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        07-03-2012, 09:30 AM
      #132
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    Sure - here we are performing at a neofolk festival in Lithuania - this is a Lithuanian song, though. I'm the singer. We're no superstars, but we enjoy what we're doing. :) Also, the quality of the videos and thus, sound, is not too good, sorry for that. We have a CD, but we don't have the records online.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2aVHen8aUxo

    And a couple more at a local club -

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ounr...feature=relmfu

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J18I...1&feature=plcp

    The style involves a modern and darker look on mythology, rather monotonous vocals, simple melodies. We're the only neo-folk band in our country.
         
        07-03-2012, 10:43 AM
      #133
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by Leonsbrushofluck    
    My hubs and mine anniversary is in August I'm 21 and he's 24 we have been married for two years. Well almost. He however doesn't quite understand the obsession with my horses.. I told myself I would marry a country boy with money, needless to say I did neither. :)
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    haha I said the same thing! I always told my mama I would marry a country boy, possibly even a cowboy, preferably one that could sing!

    I got the country part down, but thus no money, and he can't sing, although he tries.

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    Originally Posted by Elizabeth Bowers    
    Yeah everyone keeps telling us that we were too young to get married yet, but hey we're happy, and have been friends since high school. :)
    LOL i'm the one who speaks my mind quite frequently, where as my hubby had to learn how to do so himself ;) Sometimes he yells at me for being "too brutal", and that I should try to be nicer
    ha! Reverse this and you have my husband and I. I am the "nice one" but am too soft apparently. And he is the "mean one" that sometimes gets himself into trouble, or at least he does in my opinion. He doesn't care either way.

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    Originally Posted by nyx    
    :o !! This is the best idea I get so jealous looking at the 40 and over one lol...
    Anywho, im Ashleigh, im 20 live in aus and my horses name is nyx. I have had horses my whole life except the past two years cos my rents took off north and I stayed behind and had to sell my horses. :((

    But just got back into it and decided to get a year old quarab filly to break and train myself. LOVING IT she's such a pleasure to work with and love her to bits. :)

    But the biggest pain is that I can't ride her yet soooo fustrrating. >:\
    Hi Ashleigh! I like your horse's name. My horse is Onyx, but I call him nyx for short
    Sometimes it seems those young ones are the hardest, they try our patience. I remember feeling the same way when I bought my 6 month old filly. They are long yearlings and your like "can you just grow up already?!"

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    Originally Posted by Skyseternalangel    
    If you can ever go to the USA for 4th of July, I recommend it. It's SUCH fun! Watermelon is the go-to thing, hot dogs, corn on the cob (as in grilled corn with skewers) potatoes.. lots of pies.

    I can't imagine myself married... did any of you feel that way?

    Yep. If you have told me I'd be married by now I would have told you that you were absolutely insane. Oh I had a plan man! And it did not involve a man. I didn't even date in high school really, I was independent.

    But now I'm married and pregnant. Oh life! I LOVE it though, wouldn't trade it for the world. My plans have shifted a little bit, but I am still accomplishing my goals, and get to be a mommy on top of it!!

    I'm pretty excited for the 4th, although the forecast is supposed to be over 100! AHH!

    Oh and sorry all of my replies come at once, but I don't have internet at home anymore so the only time I can reply is when I'm at work.
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        07-03-2012, 10:53 AM
      #134
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    Well I'm glad I'm not alone in feeling like this haha. A man is the last thing I need.. gotta move out and establish my life first lol
         
        07-03-2012, 11:10 AM
      #135
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Skyseternalangel    
    Well I'm glad I'm not alone in feeling like this haha. A man is the last thing I need.. gotta move out and establish my life first lol

    And there is nothing wrong with that at all! If a man comes along that you want to marry, you'll know it. It's kinda intuitive ya know?

    Until then, ENJOY being single! Especially the freedom to do what you want and not have to worry about what anyone else is doing, or thinking. Lol
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        07-03-2012, 11:28 AM
      #136
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    Oh, I sure enjoy being single. And I am mostly a loner anyway, not exactly a social type. I will wait for somebody strong and wise enough to be able to cope with me and my herd of animals.
         
        07-03-2012, 11:31 AM
      #137
    Showing
    I've been single for a looong time and I love it. Just not ready to have my scheduled life interrupted. If it happened now it'd be a disaster so fingers are crossed it happens when I'm all settled in at home with my horse and a good job

    But in the meantime I'm happy for all of you married couples :) That must feel out of this world amazing, yet crazy at times. Still, wow!

    And now going to bed as it is 3:31am :P whoops. Have a wonderful day everyone!!
         
        07-03-2012, 11:40 AM
      #138
    Started
    Ha, good night Sky! Yeah, wow for those that are married. I could not do that right now. I feel like between work, school, and pets there is not a whole lot of time. I am sure for the right person there is time. That's not to say I don't have a kind, devoted, funny and smart man in my life. I have a labrador and a cat.

    Saranda that's a really cool that you sing in a band. I have no clue what you were singing but it was pretty!
         
        07-03-2012, 11:49 AM
      #139
    Yearling
    Hehe Saranda I said the same thing when I was single. I just didn't know he'd show up so dang fast

    I never really thought about "not having time" for a bf or whatever. Simply because I figured if he was the right one for me, he would understand my time commitments and work around them, as I would for him. Turns out him and I like to do a lot of the same things, and although we were both extremely busy with work and school when we were dating, we found spare time when we wanted to and did things we both enjoyed.

    When you find that person you truly love, it is not hard to find quality time. Heck my husband and I barely see each other, most of our hours together are spent running errands. But once again, when you love each other, it doesn't matter what you are doing, it's just nice to talk and catch up. Plus idk, there is just something comforting about having a steady "crash area" at home when the rest of your life is insane! It's nice knowing someone always has your back.
         
        07-03-2012, 11:54 AM
      #140
    Super Moderator
    Thanks, rookie, glad somebody enjoys our music. :) And yes, we sing in Latvian and Lithuanian, so I guess nobody here will understand the lyrics.

    Oh, and I like gaming, too. So really not much time left for relationships between my horse, my cats, my work, other hobbies and sleeping.
         

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