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    05-01-2013, 12:33 AM
  #8371
Yearling
I'm in. We have leg of lamb in the freezer and some lamb chops. No need to save your shanks, With Grace. I'll bring a brownie pudding - Stan, it's a rich heavy chocolate warm dessert that predates those molten chocolate desserts by a half-century, should suit the bill for a heavy choc dessert!

Welcome, Linda!

Lots of great pictures and stories on here in the last day or so. I have to say, Celeste, that my husband must be related to Stan as well. Year before last I was griping that I wanted a small push mower from walmart for trimming the yard (I like to mow but hate to trim with a riding mower, as I've never learned to be good with it). Instead, I got a JD riding mower with cupholder. Love it, but it's kind of an odd birthday present for a girl! Still don't have an easy way to trim so he has to use the weed eater after I mow. It works out okay, though, since he says I look cute on the mower (and the tractor/brush hog, too). He also thought I looked cute with a tool belt strapped around my waist on top of the barn roof when we were building it...and cleaning the car... and wait, I think I see a pattern here!
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    05-01-2013, 01:13 AM
  #8372
Foal
My daughter got to meet Jet today, she liked him and Jet liked her. Also some pics of me lunging Jet. We had a great 2 hour trail ride. I stopped using leg steering ( I'm not very good at it ) and started teaching him neck reigning, I think someone taught him before because Jet took to it great. I like neck reigning way better and I think Jet likes it better too.
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    05-01-2013, 01:17 AM
  #8373
Foal
I can only post one pic at a time.
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    05-01-2013, 02:32 AM
  #8374
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Originally Posted by cowgirllinda1952    
My name is Linda. I am 61. I rode for many years, but became disabled and have not ridden in several years. I have started physical therapy with a therapist who promises I will ride again. I am a quarter horse person, and have always wanted a palomino, though I love horses and animals of all kinds.

Hey Linda you just push your way in here and have your say as often as you like. I'm Stan, some info a few pages back and I hale from Northland, New Zealand.
     
    05-01-2013, 02:53 AM
  #8375
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I went over to the dark side for a quick look and shot through pretty quick before AlexS spotted me.

But here is something to consider I posted the same question on the dark side.

So what say you all to this.

My horse Stella. I call her a tart in a fun way but it conjures up the picture of difficult women. Is it possible that my attitude to her name has a spin off and she is reacting to the subconscious vibe I send out and if so would a name change, change her behavour for the better.
     
    05-01-2013, 03:02 AM
  #8376
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Originally Posted by Ladytrails    
I'm in. We have leg of lamb in the freezer and some lamb chops. No need to save your shanks, With Grace. I'll bring a brownie pudding - Stan, it's a rich heavy chocolate warm dessert that predates those molten chocolate desserts by a half-century, should suit the bill for a heavy choc dessert!

Welcome, Linda!

Lots of great pictures and stories on here in the last day or so. I have to say, Celeste, that my husband must be related to Stan as well. Year before last I was griping that I wanted a small push mower from walmart for trimming the yard (I like to mow but hate to trim with a riding mower, as I've never learned to be good with it). Instead, I got a JD riding mower with cupholder. Love it, but it's kind of an odd birthday present for a girl! Still don't have an easy way to trim so he has to use the weed eater after I mow. It works out okay, though, since he says I look cute on the mower (and the tractor/brush hog, too). He also thought I looked cute with a tool belt strapped around my waist on top of the barn roof when we were building it...and cleaning the car... and wait, I think I see a pattern here!
I would teach Roslyn to use the trimmer or change the design of the gardens to accommodate the ride on Mower don't what she who must be obeyed to get to tired. She also has her own chain saw. She kept breaking mine. Your husband is related I will hold the ladder for Roslyn so she can clean the upper windows or do a little painting.

I jumped in to have a final say in the meat it must be at room temp befor cooking but every one new that already and the pudding sounds great
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    05-01-2013, 03:10 AM
  #8377
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I'll bring my guitar and play along with the campfire songs.
I have heard your guitar playing, I will leave mine at home and concentrate on the beer. Great sound you have.
     
    05-01-2013, 03:28 AM
  #8378
Green Broke
Update........... tomorrow we hit the beach. Cannot wait. I hope to get lots of pictures!!
     
    05-01-2013, 08:11 AM
  #8379
Banned
Good Morning/Afternoon!

I'm running late.... Thanks Horse Forums! Looks like you all kept things alive and going after I turned in.

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    05-01-2013, 08:13 AM
  #8380
Green Broke
Went for a 5 mile ride around the block last evening with Trusty and got a good work out along the way. Let Amber ride him around the yard to cool him down before washing him off with some cool water and putting back out with the others.


campfire with lamb, hotdogs, music, ghost stories and some drinkers should provide me with plenty of entertainment. I'll sit back and drink my hot lemon sweet tea between laughters.

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