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        04-20-2013, 11:35 AM
    Green Broke
    I nailed a couple of 2x4s to the barn structural posts for saddle stands. The ones in my storage building sit on old TV dinner trays. Lol
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        04-20-2013, 12:13 PM
    Nice Buck Taffy

    Lovely pictures
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        04-20-2013, 12:14 PM
    Yea hubby made it through the week of work
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        04-20-2013, 02:47 PM
    Thankyou Raodyy and Nicker.
        04-20-2013, 09:07 PM
    Green Broke


    A couple of photos of wet horses. Stella, I was going to brush her this morning but it was raining, then it stops, then it starts, and sunshine inbetween and hot. Good for the grass keeps it wet but has not cooled the ground. We need this for three weeks to get the growth back so sorry folks you have to brave winter for a little longer because we on the other side can't afford our winter to arrive just yet. And of course bugs with a mouth full.

    Only ground work today in between rain drops. Still a little worst for wear after last nights affair. A friends 60th.

    A foot note. I learnt I can't sing when I have consumed one to many. Made a complet pratt of myself I did, or so the story goes.
        04-20-2013, 09:44 PM
    Stan, love the pics. You always speak of Stella as "a tart" and I couldn't see it...until this one. Although to me she looks more like a rakish biker chick with her long hair half over her face, and just kind of a "I'm too cool to pay attention to you, dude...." attitude on her face! LOL
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        04-20-2013, 09:45 PM
    "A foot note. I learnt I can't sing when I have consumed one to many. Made a complet pratt of myself I did, or so the story goes."

    I find that people think that I sing better when I am sober and they have been drinking.............
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        04-20-2013, 10:11 PM
    []Hey Guys. I got to drive Teddy today. No swimming, snow skiing or snow swimming necessary. A beautiful sunny day with blue sky and SUN!!! Yay. Teddy did great. I had a nice time.
    I'll attempt to add photos here:

    Teddy at the desensitizing clinic, Teddy all tacked up to ride (I don't use that bit on him anymore), Lars last August, trying to get to me and I can't get far enough away to take the picture. Lars and I last November.

    I hope you all are having a great weekend.
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        04-20-2013, 10:15 PM
    Oh, and the picture of the buck is really pretty. It looks like it was staged in a magazine.
    Stan, I sure like the look of your horses. And yes, Stella looks like she'd wear hip-hugger jeans and and a halter top with love beads.
    CW glad to hear DH made it through his first week. It will steadily get easier for him. Especially with you there at the end of the day to coo and fuss over him.
    Roadyy, if I showed you my snow-swimming form, you'd campaign to have it an Olympic Sport. Or see it on Comedy Central. Or have me committed.
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        04-20-2013, 10:40 PM
    Good news everyone! UVA Hospital has decided that Dad is ready to begin rehab. They are transporting him to a rehab facility that is 2 miles from Mom and Dad's house, either tomorrow or Monday.

    He has a long, hard recovery ahead of him but docs say he can do it. His body has healed, now he just needs to learn how to swallow again so he can eat (he has a feeding tube now), get strong enough to walk again, and work on getting his mind back where it was before all this happened. It is still a stressful situation but a much better one!

    Thank you all for the thoughts and prayers!

    Hubby and I spent some time with our horses this evening. It was such a nice night. Isabella has some extra enegry due to not being ridden much and the green grass. I decided to let Jeff and his horse, Scuffy, run some of the bucks out of her. Scuffy loved chasing her and I think Jeff enjoyed himself too. Not sure what Isabella thought.

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