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        06-24-2013, 02:09 PM
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    That would have been very funny.. but may have hurt her.
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        06-24-2013, 02:20 PM
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    Green Broke
    I didn't say drag her at full speed..lol Just enough to be funneh. Lol
         
        06-24-2013, 03:01 PM
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    Originally Posted by Critter sitter    
    that would have been very funny.. but may have hurt her.
    Nah kids bounce
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        06-24-2013, 03:16 PM
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    Hey all! Great pics! Roadyy that is a beautiful bride!

    Critter, I have that exact shirt your daughter is wearing!! One of my faves! I Also have a circle Y. Love it! Had NO IDEA that these saddles are so sought after until after I bought it! I just used what I was given as a kid. So now that I know....I'm feeling like th kid who got their first pair of NIkes! (Ok, in the '80s)

    Roadyy, so sorry to,see and hear about trusty. Gosh, it always seems to be something doesn't it....for any of us!! I was saying to mom....when did it get hard caring for horses? Hahaha. I don't remember worrying so much as a kid. we also swear by the bluekote. Good luck!,


    Talked to the farrier today. He's probably wishing I never moved horses in! Haha. He agreed to take a look,at Jay Jay tonight after his last shoeing. Lets keep,our fingers crossed. Jay sees comfortable and is putting full weight on his legs.

    SO tired today....being very lazy. I guess I'm allowed, I am on vacation. First time since schools been out that I vegged on the couch. Will go out later and bath Rainn. She's getting all oily again with all the treatments. She's looking GOOD!!!

    Alex....love, love, love the new shoes!! :). I love getting dressed up...but I equally like being in barn clothes too! Lol

    Have a good day everyone!!
         
        06-24-2013, 03:41 PM
      #10875
    Green Broke
    I'll be on vacation starting July 2nd through the 7th. Guess I'll get some good saddle time in with Littleman now or plenty of ground work with Sugar starting under saddle.
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        06-24-2013, 03:51 PM
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    Yearling
    Cleaned the pens early this morning (got to SkyView @ 0730). Went faster this time,not so hot,& a good wind blowing. No lesson,as Janice busy w/her summer camp kids,but will get on Addie next Monday after poo-duties. Horses starting to recognize me (Addie does already, of course; got my hands licked up); a mare that ignored me last week sniffed me up good,neck & shoulders,today,so guess got approved of. A paint gelding decided I was the bees knees after scratching his nose, but put a stop to his offer of mutual (too much love,guy,don't know you well enough!) Only one Janice has told me to watch out for is little BlackBeauty;she's only 2 y/o. I went into her pen, & startled her abit, as she was in her stall munching breakfast. I backed up, then came around & called her (from now on,if don't see her,will announce myself). She was ok,kept munching. Cleaned her pen,but there was doo in her stall..so,"clucked" her out,petted her,& moved into the stall. She busied herself @ the water tank,I got the job done,& she went back in. (The other horses that were in stalls eating, I didn't worry about. They didn't care if I cleaned around & under them..but I keep an eye on back feet anyway!)
    So, that was my morning. Back home to get my life ready for work tomorrow (which is being screwy & stressful; a guy who's been there 1 yr less than me has been promoted to Training Officer. He's always wanted my shift,is on my butt,& his head would fit no hat made...He's wanted to shove me out for a long time, because I'm...over 30. There it is. It &ucks.)
    As for being considerably over 30,I still don't want to go to the over50 thing here. I like you guys.
         
        06-24-2013, 04:04 PM
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    Nah kids bounce
    you can pay for the medical bills mister smarty pants :P
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        06-24-2013, 04:17 PM
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    Nicker I love that shirt too we get all our t's at tsc for hanging with the horses and stuff... they are cute and cheap.
    they didn't have that one in my size when I went last time though. Maybe next time..
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        06-24-2013, 04:18 PM
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    TJ we like you here too... Sorry about your coworker.
         
        06-24-2013, 04:27 PM
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    Yearling
    Thanks Lori. I always pay attention to the feed-back. Did I do right w/BlackBeauty? Learning to be around the horses is a big part of my learning curve.
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