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        01-02-2014, 08:25 PM
      #14511
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by NickerMaker71    
    Just a quick pop in.....corgi wanted me to pass on to you that Isabella is doing fine! Phew! They caught it early!!!!
    Oh GOOD!!! I am so glad! Thanks for letting us know.
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        01-02-2014, 08:32 PM
      #14512
    Yearling
    YAY Isabella!!
         
        01-02-2014, 08:55 PM
      #14513
    Yearling
    Maybe I should have said....a very quick poop in....since HP wanted us to chant for Isabella, I know...bad sense of humor.....
         
        01-02-2014, 09:08 PM
      #14514
    Super Moderator
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    Originally Posted by Stan    
    they have addressed the question on will you gain weight tonight after eating forbidden food and while answering the question trod very carfully.

    I, on the other hand, will address the one no one dared. (Hold on, running off to find my pajama pants). Farmpony84 would you explain that to me please my imagination is running wild and I can't sleep at night.

    SWMBO is riding again today. Well I think she is, and is O/K no big bruse so I think she was shoved out of the way more than kicked, Lucky. My time with Buds was short but it was time. More tomorrow.

    Cheers to all and good to hear every one is doing O/K Nickers give my best to Scott.
    Well.......
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        01-02-2014, 10:40 PM
      #14515
    Yearling
    Have to say this, Nicker...good midwestern humour! I thought much the same myself. Did a joke today, some res throwing his sheet around (literally, in the admin ofc...dumb people-being-stupid story not worth relating). When I was told this, I said to a NICE res standing by :"Don't you just hate it when people throw their sheet around?" He dang near doubled over, but not quite..not from the midwest after all.

    Am so happy Isabella threw her sheet around...!

    Nite all...
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        01-02-2014, 10:50 PM
      #14516
    Weanling
    Koolio- What a nice place you have! That pole barn is just what I have been thinking of. I may have to go longer and use most of it for our Camper storage and shop for the hubby, but it would seem easier to build one longer pole barn than two separate buildings. Do you have a riding ring anywhere?
         
        01-03-2014, 07:43 AM
      #14517
    Green Broke
    Great to hear the sheet is hitting the fan......or is it just the ground?



    Tracey, love the place and just so you feel better. I woke up to 31* with a wcf of 19*. IT IS A WET COLD AND I DON'T LIKE IT. You need to recall it to the North.



    I'm in low spirits this morning as my College football team lost bad last night. That is the second Sugar Bowl in a row they have lost by 14 points. Seems they do better in the NCS game as they haven't lost one of them. Anywho, now I can focus more on household and horse business more.
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        01-03-2014, 08:22 AM
      #14518
    Trained
    It is 23 degrees here in Georgia. This is just wrong.............
         
        01-03-2014, 08:40 AM
      #14519
    Yearling
    Morning all!! The sky is blue, the sun is out and it's a balmy 0*, with a wind chill of -5*!! Woohoo!

    Made it to the barn yesterday and played with the horses some prior to the big chill setting in. It's funny....I don't know if it's bc I've been home and out with them more, but both horses seemed a bit more happy to see me yesterday.

    I also wondered...and many people may argue...but I swear they are thankful I put their blankets on.

    After a nice walk with Maggie through the snow, I came back into the pasture to take pictures. Both horses just followed me around like puppies....that's really not normal, (although inLIKE it!). Jay even seemed to enjoy me scratching his face and neck...he usually gets annoyed! Hmmmm

    Then when I went back out for nightly chores, there wasn't any poo in the stalls!!! It was cold and windy! I think new blankets cut the wind and the two horses spent the day outdoors!! Funny!

    Here's a few pics from yesterday....HP, I'll have to take a few of the barn. Good suggestion. This first one is Rainn. Again...she's usually stand offish...but she was a curious girl.

    Boy Roaddy, that IS cold for,you guys. Nothing worse than a damp cold!
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        01-03-2014, 08:42 AM
      #14520
    Yearling
    Jay...again king of the manure pile. I always thought it was Rainn who trampled through there....nope....it's the big guy! funny!

    Oh, and last night...the nippy air gets him fired up! He was rearing and bucking! These horses make me giggle!
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