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post #9131 of 29437 Old 05-19-2013, 02:10 PM
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ouch Hunter that looks sore
Did you go see a doctor?
No,not much they can do. Years ago I broke a bone in my foot, waited 4 hours for x-rays for the doctor to say "Yep, its broke" nuthin they can do, unless its at a funny angle then they have to set it.
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post #9132 of 29437 Old 05-19-2013, 02:10 PM Thread Starter
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ouch Hunter
Get better soon

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post #9133 of 29437 Old 05-19-2013, 02:24 PM
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Hunter, I've been there with my toes, but it's usually my little one. There was a time with one of my mares (who is no longer one of "mine") that I went a year before I was healed up from one broken toe or the other. We thought she was just clumsy....now I know better.

CW, great pictures. My husband would love those restored cars. His brothers and he grew up in an auto body shop family business and really get a kick out of this type of thing. We went to a custom car show (custom paint jobs, on new and vintage cars) on our honeymoon 36 years ago, if that gives you a clue!

With Grace, darlin', you weren't even mounted just over a year ago, let alone in the ribbons. If you're in this level of dressage class just the next year after getting Kes, that is a HUGE accomplishment! It speaks volumes of your talent, your horse's talent, and your dedication and hard work. Don't sell yourself short just because you didn't get the marks that you hoped for; with the judge's comments you have something to work on with your trainer -- all is good! Congrats to you for all you've done, you're an inspiration to the rest of us!
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post #9134 of 29437 Old 05-19-2013, 02:31 PM Thread Starter
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there is nothing new on the horse yet
We are moving soon

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post #9135 of 29437 Old 05-19-2013, 02:32 PM
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Need to catch up...Yes, many thought I wasn't given a fair chance to even learn the job... Oh, well. Friday had a bad scare-Lots of Intense abdominal pain for a few hours, could not even keep water down, hubby was so supportive, since he is usually so squemish, but he threw out the bucket everytime I upchucked & stayed by my side when I needed him. WE were thinking about going to the ER, but it finally subsided a bit after a few hours & I fell asleep, Sat, I just watched horse races all day, culminating w/the Preakness, & today I am much better. Did lose a couple of pounds though. I was glad I did not have to think about work or calling in. And no, I reallly didn't have much of a taste of any donuts while I was there. Darn!

Corgi-I would bet one look of your lovely smile really lifts your Dad's spirits. Hope he continues to improve & you have many more memories to make together.

W/grace-Kes looks lovely. Sorry that the scores weren't what you expected, maybe the next show will be better!

Hunter65-love your new avatar picturre, but so sorry about the toe. Mine looked similar to that last October, & still has a strange nail ridge now.

Hope everyone is doing something they enjoy-I'm thankful for all that do keep this thread going.
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You are welcome Cacowgirl. I love this thread too
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post #9137 of 29437 Old 05-19-2013, 02:50 PM
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Ouch Hunter, ouch.

With Grace, that's a lovely photo. And as Ladytrails just pointed out, you have done very well in a short space of time. She's right, you should be proud.
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post #9138 of 29437 Old 05-19-2013, 03:06 PM
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AlexS-kudos to you for working w/those boys-it takes a lot to keep ahead of them. Wish you could see your horse more-I know how much that helps w/your own mental frame of mind.

CW-moving again? How is hubby's job going? Is he still doing fencing?
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No he quit because the owner of the company was yelling and swearing and losing his mind
And no one should be treated like that

He is still looking just wish he could find something
He is a computer programmer also can build them too

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post #9140 of 29437 Old 05-19-2013, 04:13 PM
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I did weight watchers and it does work, google skinny ginas, tons of awesome recipes and all pointed out for easy counting
Thank you Hunter! I need all the help I can get
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