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        11-04-2013, 12:41 PM
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    Rick

         
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        11-04-2013, 12:48 PM
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    A thought for the day

    As I mature.


    I have learned you can not make someone love you.
    All you can do is stalk them and hope they panic and give in.






    Cheers all
         
        11-04-2013, 01:22 PM
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    Monday Blablablabla Day.

    Just feeling so bla.

    Got the Filly to the Trainer on Saturday I loved the trainers place he sent a text to me this AM and said she is doing good but need to learn ALOT.. I knew that :P

    We have more rain on the way tomorrow so we will have too bring all the horses in from pasture.
    My Cody is has gotten his Fuzzy coat and all fat for winter so that is a good thing.
    I don't blanket unless they shiver. I have yet to see one of mine do that.

    Finger is doing fine. I am tempted to take the Stitches out early but will wait till at least Thursday.

    I have lost 18 pounds on my diet and am so tired of salids but the rewards are so great I just keep doing it

    NM maybe organize a ride by yourself by your place so that way you can always know what is up. I think that the other Riders would love that :)
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        11-04-2013, 01:52 PM
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    Green Broke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Stan    
    As I mature.


    I have learned you can not make someone love you.
    All you can do is stalk them and hope they panic and give in.






    Cheers all



    I used to see Reba McEntire and always had a great time with her. Then she found about it and it took my wife several emails and phone calls to convince her to drop the peeping tom charges as I was really harmless. I still am banned from any and all events, concerts or counties she visits in the U.S..
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        11-04-2013, 01:54 PM
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    Green Broke
    Lori, glad the finger is healing well and hope the other bruises and soreness are doing the same. Leave the stitches in so that it heals properly. Glad the trainer is making progress with the filly, but sorry you are having to deal with the bad weather. Congrats on the weight loss. I tried to diet with salad only and found it impossible. I can break my meals down into 8 smaller ones instead of 3 large ones and seem to have better success as I'm not getting hungry and burning off as I eat.
         
        11-04-2013, 02:28 PM
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    Originally Posted by Roadyy    
    Lori, glad the finger is healing well and hope the other bruises and soreness are doing the same. Leave the stitches in so that it heals properly. Glad the trainer is making progress with the filly, but sorry you are having to deal with the bad weather. Congrats on the weight loss. I tried to diet with salad only and found it impossible. I can break my meals down into 8 smaller ones instead of 3 large ones and seem to have better success as I'm not getting hungry and burning off as I eat.
    lol
    It isn't the hungry that is getting to me as I am not hungry at all. It is Finding salads. With me being so busy all the time we tend to eat out alot so I have to find salads where ever we go. I now can't even look at sweets. The turn my stomach. I can also eat all the meat and cheese and eggs I want.. just no bread or pasta I craved them at first but now it is going away.


    No aches or pains the Bruise is all but gone now. And never really hurt much. And yea I will leave the Fankinfinger alone for now.

    And as for Reba I always knew you had a thing for big busted Redheads.
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        11-04-2013, 05:24 PM
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    Yearling
    Not much to say on my HorseMonday: went,mucked,came home. Was COLD, & a storm moving in, but got to be around them. Janice's horses, & Tommy, had to sniff & check out my winter coat & gloves; ""oh, that's a new thing!". No other horse paid any attention.

    Read all the post from the last 3 days, but can't reply to all, just glad you'all are here. Love the pics.

    Love my Mondays, no matter what they are, I get to be in the horse-space. Set up my Pilates ball in my bedroom up on top of a storage container, so easily accessible. Duct-taped a rope onto the chair @ my sewing table onto an exercise rubber-thing, so can get the feel of tension/pressure/give/release w/reins (while being on the ball). Doin' my homework. It'll work.
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        11-04-2013, 05:34 PM
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    Green Broke
    Just spoke with the lady who came to look at Jems, Boo and Sugar. She is looking to get Jems and Boo for her family and her cousin is looking to get Sugar for her daughter as a Christmas present. The cousin is $200 shy of covering the deal and I offered to do a down payment and work out a payment of the other $200 so they could get Jems and Boo by this weekend which is the double birthday party for the kids receiving them as a gift. Of course Sugar would stay here until full payment is received. Waiting to hear if it was accepted and try to meet this evening to finalize the deal.


    Hope everyone has a fantastic evening.
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        11-04-2013, 08:59 PM
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    Green Broke
    Wow, Rick-selling 3 at once & 2 off the feed bill/pasture soon-would you charge board on the one staying for awhile? The ball's in your court-put it out there-then they can do the negotiating. I am so thankful to my sellers for selling me these 2 great mares. I'm hoping a neighbor can ride with me in the next day or two so I can find out which pieces of my tack my new mare likes best. I'll start her off w/the Aussie saddle and either a bitless bridle (which I know she likes) or my French link snaffle. It's cooler here than where she came from-so she needs to grow some more hair!

    Got to go fix dinner-hubby's stomach is growling-LOL!
         
        11-05-2013, 07:57 AM
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    Green Broke
    Hadn't thought about board fees as they would come get her once the full price was paid up.

    On another note, we have been having issues with someone stealing the snack and drink money at church. They kept a glass jar with the air tight lid for awhile then moved to a cheap, thin metal cash box which was also stolen. When it was brought to my attention I decided to take matters into my own hands since they didn't want to pursue legal actions. I wanted to put a game camera in to catch the person and they didn't agree so I came up with the next best idea. I built an aluminum cash box that will be bolted down to the counter.

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