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        06-28-2013, 05:56 PM
      #11041
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    Nicker sounds like JJ has made an improvment Great to have a relaxing ride then to have it mared by your mums DH.

    You have a problem there perhaps you could mention he and your mum attend counselling together and put to rest the differences. Or mention to him every one has different opinions and we have to learn to live with them. Then there is the response. Hell mum wouldn't say something like that you might have miss understood. Or, you must be feeling quite down because normally you are a great guy, go talk to mum about it. Not a nice position to be in as any comment you make he may turn to make it sound as if you agree with him and then you will be off side with your mother. There is always trusty 12gage

    I had problems with my inlaws, Roslyns brother to be precise. He made a very rude comment infront of my guests three years ago which caused me to become a tad angry. I have not seen him since. I escorted him off the property. But I do know how frustrating family fueds can be.
         
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        06-28-2013, 08:16 PM
      #11042
    Green Broke
    Well was a nice day at barn. So glad you had a. Great ride nicker. No worries on the rant. That's what we are here for. Met CW at tack store got a very nice new bridle and martingale. Birthday present to me. Went to barn. Neither of us rode. CWs hubby didn't think it safe for her and bo never answered me. Poor thing is going through tough times with her ass of a husband. Had Ashley ride hunter to show CW his jumping. She has some Picts. Was nice to see her again. Hubby en route home yay! He will be here tomorrow
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        06-28-2013, 08:25 PM
      #11043
    Green Broke
    I have issues with my sister in law. Ever since my brother passed away I feel she has taken advantage of my parents. She always says she has no money. Yet she just bought a new car. We didn't go to family reunion last year because of her. We were expected to drive them 6 hours from the airport to the farm. Um we would have had to rent a bigger SUV as there would have been 6 of us and she wouldn't have contributed. Mom and dad paid for her and my nephews to fly there amd when I said we weren't going as it was too expensive all I got was oh that's too bad. There has been tons of other things that mom and dad have paid for grr I finally told mom how I felt and she thought I was being petty. Hmm well if she would have sold her trailer and has guzzling SUV and tried to make things better for herself I would have felt different. It's hard when she repeatedly says how poor she is yet in next breath wondering where she will move trailer too. Arg sorry you guys got me ranting.
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        06-28-2013, 08:25 PM
      #11044
    Green Broke
    I have issues with my sister in law. Ever since my brother passed away I feel she has taken advantage of my parents. She always says she has no money. Yet she just bought a new car. We didn't go to family reunion last year because of her. We were expected to drive them 6 hours from the airport to the farm. Um we would have had to rent a bigger SUV as there would have been 6 of us and she wouldn't have contributed. Mom and dad paid for her and my nephews to fly there amd when I said we weren't going as it was too expensive all I got was oh that's too bad. There has been tons of other things that mom and dad have paid for grr I finally told mom how I felt and she thought I was being petty. Hmm well if she would have sold her trailer and has guzzling SUV and tried to make things better for herself I would have felt different. It's hard when she repeatedly says how poor she is yet in next breath wondering where she will move trailer too. Arg sorry you guys got me ranting.
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        06-28-2013, 08:27 PM
      #11045
    Green Broke
    Sorry for double post
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        06-28-2013, 08:31 PM
      #11046
    Yearling
    My baby is all grown up

    Way back when...


    Just yesterday. All ready to go to the graduation ceremony...



    I cannot believe my little girl has graduated. I am so fortunate to have a daughter as wonderful as her. She is smart, talented, kind an a fantastic horsewoman! A mom couldn't ask for more.
         
        06-28-2013, 08:35 PM
      #11047
    Green Broke
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    Way back when...


    Just yesterday. All ready to go to the graduation ceremony...



    I cannot believe my little girl has graduated. I am so fortunate to have a daughter as wonderful as her. She is smart, talented, kind an a fantastic horsewoman! A mom couldn't ask for more.
    That's fantastic. She looks beautiful. I remember when Ashlee graduated. I will have to find a picture.
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        06-28-2013, 08:48 PM
      #11048
    Trained
    Hi everyone so nice to see you all again
    I had a fantastic time at my friends barn

    I did not ride because I have knee issures
    Thanks Hunter
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        06-28-2013, 09:38 PM
      #11049
    Green Broke
    CW did you have any picts of him jumping?
         
        06-28-2013, 09:43 PM
      #11050
    Green Broke
    Here is my daughters grad. She is pretty in red!
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