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        07-31-2012, 01:27 PM
    Originally Posted by Hunter65    
    What time do you go CW????? Am excited to hear all about it!
    I am going at 3:30 pm
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        07-31-2012, 02:55 PM
    Well no luck today
    The Riding place called and said the instructor can`t make it
    So we are going on Thursday instead
        07-31-2012, 03:00 PM
    Green Broke
    Eagle-so sorry to hear about the physical problems, but happy that you have been back on your horse. Us horse lovers NEED our horses. For me,they are my reason for being.

    Grace-so are you still going on w/plans to become an equine healer? Or will the RA squelch that? My DH has had his fingers start twisting just recently & it's amazing how quick the changes occur. Yes, this summer really flew by. Hope your show is fun this W/E!

    CW-hope your afternoon goes great-we are all pulling for you & can't wait to see "your" horse!

    Had more rain yesterday & last night & more is predicted for today. It does keep things cooler, but we are continually opening/closing windows & the slider door is leaking, so it's a "thing".
        07-31-2012, 03:26 PM
    Here's what I did yesterday .. by myself .. in my Toyota! Lol

        07-31-2012, 03:43 PM
    Green Broke
    Oh no CW so sorry, I know how excited you are to go.
        07-31-2012, 05:36 PM
    I typed a long post and I was balling and my computer got thrown off line and I lost it...

    Country Woman: dang it, I guess we have to wait a couple of more days...hang in there honey.

    Texas: Wow. That is cowgirl go girl!

    Caco: It's feast or famine, either drought or flood...

    I just delivered Patsy to her new home.....I had a young man contact me looking for a horse for his girlfriend to learn to ride on.
    They came out today, I told them all about her and rode her myself.
    He put her on there and stood in the middle and gave her wonderful instruction. Patsy did very well and took good care of her rider.
    So I took her to her new home, its about 25 miles away. It's GORGEOUS!.. 20 acres of new fence, rolling hills. She is used to grass so she can go right out on it.. The barn is gorgeous too and they are never locked in stalls, there are run ins...
    I am happy but I am really going to miss my little firecracker..

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        07-31-2012, 05:40 PM
    Susan! That sounds fabulous. A loss for YOU, but sounds like a perfect place for HER>...

    I'm so happy for her/you.

        07-31-2012, 05:50 PM
    Green Broke
    Awe Hugs Susan! OK now I am crying again at work. Glad your beautiful Patsy found a great place to go.
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        07-31-2012, 08:25 PM
    Ya know, by the time I get to catch up with the happenings and conversation there's too much to answer individually! That would be taxing my brain. So I want you all to know that I read each post and answer or comment in my head even if it doesn't make it to the keyboard! But, in the interim...
    CW - It's hard to be patient, but it will be worth it!
    Susan - it's a great thing you're doing. I've had to do it and it hurts, but we do what's best for our horses, right?
    Texas - OMG! I couldn't do it. Hat's off to you girl!

    Ok, back to the job search.
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        07-31-2012, 10:11 PM
    Susan, hugs for the tears you are shedding from missing your pal, Patsy. May remembering the good times you had with her and thinking of the wonderful home she went to give you peace.

    CW.....AAAAAHHH!!! Agony to wait two more days! Hope you can stay busy and it comes quickly!

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