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        06-29-2013, 11:41 AM
      #11071
    Yearling
    Just a quick hello! I'm actually on the laptop...and it's working!!! (I need to buy another one...but I spend my computer $$$$ on a horse! )

    Since I'm on, thought I would share a few photos I took with my camera.

    Look at the expression on the kitty's face! Priceless!
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        06-29-2013, 12:23 PM
      #11072
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    Work with your DR and Pharm. To get all te kinks of Chantix worked out.. It will be 8 years this Aug that I will be a non smoker Chantix works and you can just start back up with pills . One thing you have to Really want to quit or it will not work.
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    Hit the reply button by accident. Well it's storming here tonight, has been every evening since last week ir before, same thing predicted for all of next week. I'm so tired of being in the house. Had decided I was going to ride Judy when that cast came off, since I can break things just walking I might as well ride. :)
    Stan, you're back to Winter there in NZ aren't you. Saw footage of all the snow on TV last week.
    CW, you do look good:) sorry to hear about your brother and other things lately. We could take bets on who actually gets on a horse first :)
    Hunter, Hunter looks great!
    Alex S? I think, are you still not smoking? I really need to quit. I started Chantix before going to Disney, no side effects and was way down in number but then I didn't want to chance mixing it with the pain meds so stopped taking it and back up to a pack a day.
    Horse and pony doing great, Star the pony healed up very nicely from her chest wound and thank God Judy never seems to get into anything, knock on wood. For an old girl she is trouble free just annual vaccinations and regular farrior visits. Will go for now, if it ever quits raining everyday and I do ride I'll make sure somebody takes pictures.
    Y'all take care.
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        06-29-2013, 12:27 PM
      #11073
    Yearling
    Hey everyone, I made it back from SC last night. Vacation is officially over.

    But that means I can go see Isabella today and start catching up on the posts here once again.

    CW, glad to see you back here again!

    Nicker, JJ is looking good. I hope that his thrush clears up and that ends up being the reason he was off. Crossing my fingers!

    Critter, hope you are having a better day!

    Oobie, breaking your arm at Disney World is so WRONG! It is supposed to be the happiest place on earth. So sorry that happened.

    Can't go,back and read everything I missed last week so I know I am missing people and events.

    Heading out to the farm in a little bit for a safety on the trail clinic. Looking forward to it. I haven't seen Isabella in over a week. Hope she is still sound and doing well. The Friday night before I left for the beach we had an amazing ride! Hope we can pick back up where we left off. She is having her 2nd MFR treatment tomorrow. I am still amazed at how much it improved her movement last time.

    Have a great day!
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        06-29-2013, 12:53 PM
      #11074
    Green Broke
    Welcome back, corgi-hope you enjoy your time at the clinic. Missing my horses was always the hardest part of a vacation for me & most of my vacations were an annual visit to see my sister. This year, though, all of us are fighting our health problems, so no visit is planned.
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        06-29-2013, 12:58 PM
      #11075
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    Hi everyone .. I am feeling better .. Hubby being home did help.. he is so busy with work I do miss him when he is gone.
    we have been getting stuff ready for Bres show tomorrow.
    She will be riding both Cody and Doc. I clipped and Trimmed last night today I have Baths to do. Work a little with the Trailering . Gas up the Pick Up.
    And can't forget I have to get snacks and water and stuff to munch on also.
    Busy Busy.
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        06-29-2013, 01:05 PM
      #11076
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    Oh and they are HAYING!!! Pray for no rain for a few days till we get it picked up!
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        06-29-2013, 01:16 PM
      #11077
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    Having a debate with Hubby.... he said to me after I told him this was Horse induced Birth control he said . " that's a bull"
    I beg to differ.. it is a Horse right???
    maybe he can see it better not on a phone???
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        06-29-2013, 01:37 PM
      #11078
    Trained
    Yep. It's a horse. Bulls have 2 toes whereas horses have one. (Per foot)
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        06-29-2013, 02:19 PM
      #11079
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    Originally Posted by Celeste    
    Yep. It's a horse. Bulls have 2 toes whereas horses have one. (Per foot)
    My words exactly to him .. and he knows Cows.. he just didn't see the feet I don't think
         
        06-29-2013, 02:31 PM
      #11080
    Green Broke
    Horse!
         

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