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        06-15-2013, 03:23 PM
      #10491
    Green Broke
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        06-15-2013, 03:27 PM
      #10492
    Weanling



    Uhhhh Rick, I think it's time you went outside and finished up that list. You might have been on here too long.
         
        06-15-2013, 04:58 PM
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    Can somebody tell me how to find the "don't like" button?

    You found it, and Rick's version as well.

    Whats wrong with the post Its a typicial male responce along with the two majic words which I use frequently. Yes Dear.
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        06-15-2013, 05:10 PM
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    I'll have her plane ticket waiting at the counter so she can come do my horses.

    Stella Bugs and I will be landing soon. I need lessons on shoeing horses and I'm a v e r y slow learner. Which boat does she own, I love fishing.
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        06-15-2013, 05:29 PM
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    Originally Posted by nvr2many    
    Oh yah, Sandi. With that pic you posted. Now I really need to go on a diet! I am just really not happy with myself lately!! I need to get on it!!!

    Try the soup diet worked for me I've lost a few pounds. Now look like a young adonis Just wish I had the energy to go with the look.

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        06-15-2013, 05:55 PM
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    Green Broke
    Well, that didn't take rick to long. He already picked out a paint, lol. Notice its for the wife?? Oh honey, look what I got you. Works for me,

    Ok soup diet. Will have to check it out. I gotta keep up with Stan!!!

    Well by the time I left the lady with the chickens already said her daughter wanted to keep the black one and her mom or mil was going to keep it for her. Sooooooooooooooo here is our new addition. Cutest chicken I have ever seen! I need another one now!!!



    Now we need a name.
         
        06-15-2013, 06:07 PM
      #10497
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by Roadyy    
    I've been flipping through the pages on horseclick..Just window shopping, ofcourse. Lol
    No such thing as "window shopping" when it comes to horses. Just sayin...
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        06-15-2013, 06:21 PM
      #10498
    Yearling
    Ruh roh, Boxer trouble

    The woman who owned my Boxer's sire just had a litter of 2 new puppies by the same sire (frozen AI). So the pups are half brothers to my boy and they are lovely. One is all white except for a fawn patch over his right ear and eye and he is available to a loving home (like mine) in about another 4 weeks.

    DH thinks we have too many animals as it is, but we live on an acreage with a big fenced yard and well, basically, this pup is already family because he is half brother to R.J., our current boxer. I think I'm falling for him. What do I do? Ask permission, beg forgiveness, hide the little guy and hope DH doesn't notice, or just pass it off as another critter crush?
         
        06-15-2013, 06:36 PM
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    The woman who owned my Boxer's sire just had a litter of 2 new puppies by the same sire (frozen AI). So the pups are half brothers to my boy and they are lovely. One is all white except for a fawn patch over his right ear and eye and he is available to a loving home (like mine) in about another 4 weeks.

    DH thinks we have too many animals as it is, but we live on an acreage with a big fenced yard and well, basically, this pup is already family because he is half brother to R.J., our current boxer. I think I'm falling for him. What do I do? Ask permission, beg forgiveness, hide the little guy and hope DH doesn't notice, or just pass it off as another critter crush?

    Give it to DH as a present he will love you for it Its a Boxer how can you not fall for it.
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        06-15-2013, 07:00 PM
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    **** Angry

    Hooked the float up to take the horses to a new pasture. After the session with Stella yesterday I thought she would load .

    That horse can consider its self very lucky to be still eating grass. If I had a tractor with a bucket I would dig a large hole and in she would go.

    Now she refuses to load. If I had the old float I would rope her rump and winch her in and lock her in for the day, if that is what it took, however, she is very close to becoming dog tucker for the locals. If she won't load she is worthless, can't sell her, and not sure if I want to pay for the trainer to come in and work with her again. But my patience has come to an end.

    The wind is blowing today we are getting a little bad weather but it does not seem to be upsetting bugs.

    Had a rant and need to go out for the day otherwise I may exercise 12gage
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