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post #6441 of 29438 Old 12-29-2012, 09:13 PM
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You MUST share your recipe MC! We always used a dash of dirt from the side yard, but salt might be better!
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post #6442 of 29438 Old 12-29-2012, 10:31 PM Thread Starter
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Hi all!

Wow, go away for a few days and this forum spins flarking out of control!

Alex- good to see you here, now I no longer am the baby of the group! (38 and no longer counting)

Stan - love the pics. Stella of course looks gorgeous, as does NZ. Got to get there one of these days! There is something to be said about the shorts and boots look...at least there were no leggings involved.

CW - How are things? I went into Starbucks this afternoon after my lesson and thought of you as I ordered my Cinnamon Dolce Latte ;)

Fahntasia - I'm ready for some new Sassy pics and updates, please?

Was thinking, we hadn't heard from a few people lately, so if you are lurking, please check in! Susan, John in NY, TexasGal...who else has been missing for awhile???

Have my barn xmas party tonight, should be be fun! Had another great lesson today, though Kes is in heat, and was a little flighty and distracted. My arthritis had kicked in again over the last few days and I was so stiff and couldn't relax my back at all, so the sitting trot was quite amateur looking if I do say so myself.
Oh Grace do you have a Starbucks card?
Love the Cinnamon Dolce
for now the holiday drinks are still here
thanks for thinking of me

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post #6443 of 29438 Old 12-29-2012, 10:33 PM
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How was your ride Stan?

Mont, I was raised hitting a tennis ball against a wall with a racket, for hours and hours and hours. We recently had a power outage for about an hour, it was during the kids video game time, they thought they would DIE. It was just terrible for them.
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post #6444 of 29438 Old 12-29-2012, 10:35 PM Thread Starter
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Good evening all
just love reading all your stories
keep it coming
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post #6445 of 29438 Old 12-29-2012, 11:38 PM
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Howdy everyone - sorry for not posting in a long time, but this thread moves so fast and I got hopelessly out of date keeping up with it, so I just stopped trying. I've been riding a lot lately, despite the weather here. I did my first hunter pace back in November and Trooper was an angel. We've been struggling with his weight for a while and the vet finally diagnosed him with sand colic, so he's been on sand clear and is looking much better. I've also discovered that he loves peppermints, so today I bought some peppermint candy canes on after-christmas-discount and he got a whole bunch after we went out for a wonderful snow ride.

Here's a video I took with my gopro facing backwards which turned out pretty good. Next time I take him to a hunter pace I'll definitely have to bring the gopro.


Hope everyone had a great holiday. Wishing you all a happy and healthy new year!
Cheers!
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post #6446 of 29438 Old 12-29-2012, 11:44 PM Thread Starter
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Nice to see you again J

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post #6447 of 29438 Old 12-30-2012, 02:38 AM
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I don't know why I even thought about checking back here at this time of night (unless you are in a different time zone).

Of course you would all be in bed by now so you can be up at 4am! (as you might be old farts).

Speaking off, my mother in law has discovered ebay and she collects antiques. She dropped about 1000 hints for a laptop so she can watch her shows while looking at things. We got her one for Xmas, I spent 4 hours last night, my hubby spent two hours and I think all we taught her was how to use the mouse (and that's iffy) and where the power on off button is.

As soon as the kids are back in school, I have been asked to go back to teach her. This could end in divorce if it lasts more than a few days.
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post #6448 of 29438 Old 12-30-2012, 02:44 AM Thread Starter
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where I am its almost 11 pm

Nice to be here again

I collect Breyer model horses I have 6 now
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post #6449 of 29438 Old 12-30-2012, 03:48 AM
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Phah! 11pm, isn't even late in my sleep deprived world. It was 1.30am when I posted that, and it's 2.45 now.
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post #6450 of 29438 Old 12-30-2012, 02:12 PM Thread Starter
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I hope you get some rest

I am here enjoying my time here and learning about horses

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