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        12-27-2013, 07:43 PM
      #14371
    Trained
    If your laptop is frozen, you can hold the "turn on" button down for a long time (a minute or two without letting it up) and it will turn off. Then you can reboot it.
         
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        12-27-2013, 08:40 PM
      #14372
    Weanling
    NM71, so nice your "patient" is home and well, he sure is looking good. He had a guardian angel somewhere that had that baseball aneurysm caught just in time.
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    Been reading posts here and there in betweens doing things around here. I never realized how we shared jobs around the house until I am the only one doing them! Hahaha
    Same here, as DH had his surgery a month ago, I realized how much of the barn chores he does as I had to take charge of it all. Makes you appreciate more.

    CCG, congratulations on the new dog. I thought an adult dog would be easier to find since most people want to adopt puppies.

    Koolio, GREAT pictures of you and your daughter. She's really pretty. Sam looks like a giant teddy bear!
    Hunter, nice Cavalia blanket. I LOVED Odysseo. Cavalia started here, in Quebec, and they always test their new shows at home. I took my nieces to the show: MAGIC!

    I was off on 25th-26th and now back to work. I'll have a few days off next week. I squeezed a short ride in yesterday, just before a family gathering at my brother's. I tested the new-to-me used saddle: nice, my mare seemed happy and moved well. I loved the close contact feel. You need a good seat because it's minimalist, nothing that holds you in.
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        12-27-2013, 09:44 PM
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    Green Broke
    Nicker am so glad hubby is home and that they caught it on time.
    I was back at work today but did manage to order new breeches and boots from tack store online. They have a great sale and it's online too.
    Hopefully will get out again for ride tomorrow
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        12-27-2013, 09:56 PM
      #14374
    Weanling
    Here is the new guy I rode today. His name is Tommy, what a lil cutie he is! He is one of the Therapy Horses that I get to ride. Most of the clients are walk trot or walk only so the horses need someone to keep them in good condition. That is my privilege!

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        12-27-2013, 10:22 PM
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    Eole, funny you should mention guardian angel...during thanksgiving , which is with his family and cousins, we do a lot of 'deep' talking into the wee hours of the night. DH made mention that he doesn't really buy into people who have died can communicate with us bc he had asked his mom, who died in 2001, to show him a sign....we all argued with him.....the short of it is he now believes that he has a guardian angel...probably his mom!. It's something for sure!!

    Koolio, you and your daughter...very pretty! It's nice to put a face to your posts! LOVE Sam!! The bigger the better for me...although Rainn is small, and I love her just the same.

    Here's a couple,pics of some horsey gifts!
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        12-27-2013, 10:28 PM
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    Don't know if you know, but we named JayJay after my FIL. So of,course FIL had to give his name sake a gift...it was a container of Apple treats..which by the way they both LOVE. I laughed and laughed!

    If you can't read the lid it says...To JayJay....to share with Rainn.

    Speaking of FIL...I put him to work since we are home 'babysitting' my patient when I want to ride. DH doesn't really need a constant watcher, but it makes FIL feel good, and makes me feel better too!
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        12-27-2013, 10:30 PM
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    More Christmas presents!
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        12-27-2013, 10:34 PM
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    One more...this is my spunky guy today. I've never see him run and buck like he did. Didn't know he had it in him! Made me smile. I hooped and hollered so they would run some more.

    I think Jay looks so pretty here, all free and frolicking.

    Eole, beautiful horse, how tall? He looks leggy.
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        12-27-2013, 10:36 PM
      #14379
    Green Broke
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    Here is the new guy I rode today. His name is Tommy, what a lil cutie he is! He is one of the Therapy Horses that I get to ride. Most of the clients are walk trot or walk only so the horses need someone to keep them in good condition. That is my privilege!

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    Omg he is so cute! Kinda reminds me of hunter
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        12-28-2013, 12:25 AM
      #14380
    Yearling
    Oh, Nicker, wow...much peace & relaxation I hope to you & hubby. Glad you got to be w/your horses, & glad you got your luggage!

    CCG: way happy you brought home the dog. GSD are my favorite dogs (they "suit" me, according to my sister.) If I could, there would be one right now w/me. Your girl will be fine, once she gets the newcomer sorted out & in his place. Yes, pictures!!

    Happy Place: way ouch on the heel, be better SOON. I've missed something; who's Tommy??

    I also missed Ladona's tooth, but glad it's back where it belongs.

    I'm just thankful to be home, & thankful I took tomorrow off. Hope I can get some things accomplished I really need to do.
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