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        01-01-2013, 02:10 AM
    Flarking nuts, I swear you all are.

    Happy New Year everyone.
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        01-01-2013, 02:19 AM
    A very happy New Year to all
        01-01-2013, 02:48 AM
    THat looks so much like southern Oregon in the spring. Not now though.
        01-01-2013, 10:30 AM
    Green Broke
    Originally Posted by Country Woman    
    where I am its almost 11 pm

    Nice to be here again

    I collect Breyer model horses I have 6 now

    I have some too CW. I have about 10 of them but they are from when I was young so they aren't in the best condition
        01-01-2013, 10:35 AM
    Green Broke

    Happy New Year everyone. I think you have all gone loony lmao. I had a great laugh this morning catching up! The sun is supposed to shine today so am hoping to ride!
        01-01-2013, 10:48 AM
    Happy new year to everyone, health and happiness to you and yours

    Stay safe out on the roads today, there's always one flarking nutter out there! And ride safe

    Stan: i'm coming to live with you and she who must, until all the snow melts here....

    Grace: I wish you the best of luck in showing your beautiful Kes! How is training coming along? My trainer told me that it's good for a show horse to get a change of scenery even while in training, it changes the air she said lmao! Trust me she trains some pretttttty expensive horses. I'm at the darned bit crossroads now as well, Have sapphira in a snaffle D-ring, not happy with it, but hey, must go through the motions right XD!

    I am off for the week, i'll get more pictures of my crazy one Had my saddle fitter re-fit her saddle (again!) but had her get ON my horse to show her exactly what's wrong. I asked her "you ok on a green horse? She can be a bit scary sometimes, but don't worry just sit it out and make her do something else to change her mind so she stops her craziness" "Lady: Sure no problem"

    So she gets on, I walk next to her and she asks sapphira to trot. She knows all three gait commands very well, but is lazy if you don't -ASK- for it. Sassy is of course half azzing it....I growl at her and tell her to trot....She was like "ZOMG OK OK OK" and does her little freaky dance, the lady freaked out a bit, my horse wouldn't listen to her so I told sassy "HEY it's ok" she stopped freaking out did a wee trot (which was pretty mild, i've been on her and she has freaked out worse) aaaaaand the lady got off after one more turn around the arena. (at the walk)

    Bright side: My saddle will finally get "fixed" properly.
    Down Side: Scared my horse, no idea why she panicked like that, anyone have any ideas?
        01-01-2013, 11:59 AM
    Good morning everyone
    I am watching the Rose Parade
        01-01-2013, 03:26 PM
    Happy 2013, everyone!

    I'm doing housework today. Rearranging the living room and moving some pictures on walls.

    Lasagna is almost ready to come out of the oven.
    Pull up a chair and enjoy a plateful. Warm buttered buns and kuchen also.
    A hearty meal for my horse friends.

    I've really been enjoying getting to know you all.
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        01-01-2013, 03:34 PM
    Green Broke
    Ooh sounds yummy. We had lasagna rolls the other day. Soooo yummy
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        01-01-2013, 04:02 PM
    Green Broke
    Had such a lovely time at our neighbor's get-together last night-we ate cowboy caviar (w/black-eyed peas) small sandwiches, chips, dips, home-made cookies & candies. Played a dice game-we had 3 couples & 3 singles,so just a nice amount around the kitchen island, we had mimosas for toasting & went out in the cold to set off some pretty quiet fireworks. I did manage to stay awake the whole time-haha.

    Wishing everyone a Healthy & Happy New Year.

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