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    04-14-2012, 08:13 PM
  #1711
Trained
Good luck in your search rider789
     
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    04-15-2012, 12:57 AM
  #1712
Trained
Marc thinks 30 minutes is too far to drive for a horse
He does not like driving but he drives 30 minutes to see
His mom
     
    04-15-2012, 01:33 AM
  #1713
Trained
I found another horse for lease he is close to where I live but I don`t know Natural Horsemanship he is a Standarbred ex race horse 15:2
     
    04-15-2012, 03:20 AM
  #1714
Super Moderator
Welcome rider - great place for company.

So, folks, am in a panic! My ancient mother is coming to stay for a few days, this place is worse than usual (she tried all her life to get me to be tidy and have to admit, she failed!)
I started to purge and stopped - books all over the place, chairs undressed from their covers, piles of things that need sorting. Only today to get it finished.
What a wonderful day ahead!
     
    04-15-2012, 04:03 AM
  #1715
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Originally Posted by Country Woman    
Kiwi is also a fruit
Not all of us
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    04-15-2012, 05:58 AM
  #1716
Super Moderator
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Originally Posted by Stan    
Not all of us
Not so sure about that - most often go bananas, many are nuts, we are often the apple of someone's eyes, have peachy cheeks, don't give a fig and have dates. Can you tell I am bored with the housework?
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    04-15-2012, 10:49 AM
  #1717
Yearling
Foxhunter, eeek! When my mother used to come visit, I would stow things in the closets.... wishing you a productive day of stowing and sweeping.

Also, love your response to Stan, you've really put him in a jam proving that NZ'ers aren't fruits!
     
    04-15-2012, 12:45 PM
  #1718
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Foxhunter    
Welcome rider - great place for company.

So, folks, am in a panic! My ancient mother is coming to stay for a few days, this place is worse than usual (she tried all her life to get me to be tidy and have to admit, she failed!)
I started to purge and stopped - books all over the place, chairs undressed from their covers, piles of things that need sorting. Only today to get it finished.
What a wonderful day ahead!
Oh How I can and do relate to clutter,clutter everywhere being a reality here. We just recently had new floating laminate flooring put down in our kitchen, dining area and main hallway. I have been talking up to my husband about getting a rental dumpster to get rid of a lot of things we never ever use.
     
    04-15-2012, 01:04 PM
  #1719
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Ladytrails    
Thank you, With Grace - I just got back into the Midwest tonight after being in Washington DC; we had plans to go to southwest MO tomorrow but those are definitely cancelled due to the high chance of tornados there tomorrow night. We'll move the horses up to the bigger barn tomorrow so they have protection from hail just in case.

One of my geldings is actually down in southwest MO for training - and I believe the trainers themselves are giving a clinic in Orlando FL, so I will be keeping fingers crossed that their ranch and the horses are safe this weekend.

Candandy, near Joplin, is right in the path of the worst storms again. Keeping her and her family in my prayers that they don't have to deal with this again.
Yes, we have been watching the weather reports anxiously and I have been sky watching since Friday and yesterday. One of my sisters lives in the Norman,OK/OKC area and she and her husband barely got by-passed by the tornado that went through there Friday.

Hopefully we will get through this Spring's Storm Season with no major issues to deal with. Thank You so very much, Ladytrails for thinking of us....
     
    04-15-2012, 02:15 PM
  #1720
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Foxhunter    
Welcome rider - great place for company.

So, folks, am in a panic! My ancient mother is coming to stay for a few days, this place is worse than usual (she tried all her life to get me to be tidy and have to admit, she failed!)
I started to purge and stopped - books all over the place, chairs undressed from their covers, piles of things that need sorting. Only today to get it finished.
What a wonderful day ahead!
Foxhunter... this reply is probably too late to help, but if I were you I would invite all my friends over to help tidy up and reward them with a dinner that you can cook easily all in one pot or a slow cooker!

I understand about the mother situation. My mother will not visit my house and has stood me up many times on holiday get togethers. Why? She makes all kinds of excuses, but my late sister (who is just like her) says it is because she doesn't like animals in the house. I have a couple of pet dogs inside. My house doesn't smell and I do keep it reasonably clean. Mom never understood the "pet" concept.

Good luck!
     

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