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        09-23-2013, 07:26 AM
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    Through the woods and fields..........
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        09-23-2013, 07:27 AM
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    All saddled up, ready to roll. Notice my saddle is covered....it started to rain as I was finishing Rainn.
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        09-23-2013, 07:31 AM
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    Rainn...saying....I'm exhausted, but thanks mom, I am happy to be out and about pain free!!!!!
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        09-23-2013, 07:40 AM
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    Green Broke
    So glad you got that ride in & that your Mom had a good time!

    My neighbor wimped out on me. But the wind was pretty steady w/some high gusts, so was happy to just do inside stuff. Had a little nap, & a lovely soak in the tub, after working on curtains for a neighbor. Got the stereo unpacked & was finally able to listen to some CD's! I'm thinking I might move the sewing desk to the outside wall to be near the window, & have the solid rear wall available for 1 more piece of furniture, then that room is done!

    Our nights are really starting to cool off-we'll have to test that stove soon, to make sure it's ready for the winter ahead. The rug is back in there, and I have a lovely view of the corrals from the couch-a lovely place for an afternoon read. ( And nap~LOL!)

    Wishing you all a good week ahead.
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        09-23-2013, 08:33 AM
      #13295
    Green Broke
    CS I didn't see what someone did needing reprimanded, sorry, but saying hey anyway. I'll go back and look for it.


    Koolio, glad you got to ride and things are going well up there.


    Ccg, sounds like the 20 hour drive was worth it. Very glad to see you have them home and been able to ride already. Congrats.


    Stan, hoping to see some good news about weeds departing.


    Niker, looks like y'all had a great ride and beautiful scenery even if she didn't stop talking to enjoy it. Lol

    Blue, welcome back.


    I took Trusty out for a ride and the little girl from last weekend was back again so she went with me on the first lap. She is stuck to me from the time she walks in the door to the time her mom comes after her. I even think about heading for the door and she is asking if we can go ride Trusty.

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    This is the road I live on and is ridden by several neighbors via horseback so riding the middle of the road til vehicles come is very common and safe.FYI .
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        09-23-2013, 09:43 AM
      #13296
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    Nicker, what beautiful pictures! Happy you & your mom had a good time!

    Weather forecast turned from little rain/windy to rain & more rain. Rained all night, was raining when I got up 4 a.m. Had breakfast, then got all rubber-booted up & found my raincoat. Was 5 minutes away from heading out to SkyView @ 6 a.m., when Janice texted me to stay home, as the place was "a river again", impossible to muck. Sigh.

    She said I have a lesson next Monday 'tho after I clean, so will look forward to that..now just getting nervous 'tho, as I have a mandatory yearly weapon qualification coming up sooner than later, & I'm always scheduled on a Monday (because the range is free for Ladies Day), which will wipe out another Horse Monday.

    Cross that bridge when it comes, I reckon.
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        09-23-2013, 10:01 AM
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    Green Broke
    Went back to find the reprimand is about the teacher in CS's post.

    Tj, bitter sweet on your news. Sweet you don't have to dredge through the mud and water to clean stalls, bitter you don't get to be around the horses.
         
        09-23-2013, 02:13 PM
      #13298
    Green Broke
    Don't know why the pic of the little girl came out that way, but I'm blaming it on the MIL as I asked her to take the pic. Here is one not so blurry of her from the front.

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        09-23-2013, 03:13 PM
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    OMG the schools really need to be aware of the different social media out there. No one at her school knew what snapchat was. There is confrences I have been to that shows all of it and the way they work. WOW they even acted like the whole teacher snap chatting is no big deal.. I am not impressed.
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        09-23-2013, 04:18 PM
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    Trained
    It would be no big deal if the teacher had absolute integrity. It's those that don't that can use that as a tool to manipulate kids. I think that we would be fired for getting that personal with students, and since my students are all adults, it is not illegal. They'd still ditch us.
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