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post #431 of 1628 Old 08-05-2012, 10:09 AM
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Long story short I pushed when I should have backed off and she panicked and tried to jump the round pen fence. Tried. Failed. Flipped over the top of it and broke it. Had the fence not given way, she could have broken something :( I'm terrified she might have as I have heard stories about young TB's tripping and breaking their necks and then not showing signs of injury until days later.
How scary! Prayers sent your way that she's a-okay!

Just remember, everyone makes mistakes. A few months ago I did something really stupid, it was so scary. I was sure Lookit was going to get hurt, but thankfully he didn't.
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post #432 of 1628 Old 08-05-2012, 10:11 AM
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Sorry to hear about sick people! *take some yummy medicine!*
CB, no medicine is yummy! Lol Except for children's grape flavored Tylenol...THAT I could eat all day! (Yerp, I don't take adult meds...I can't swallow pills, haha!)
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post #433 of 1628 Old 08-05-2012, 10:12 AM
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She's scraped up her front legs (great, only one leg uninjured atm after this!! Oh how lovely NOT) and will be quite sore and sorry for herself but I gave her some painkillers to help with that... she wasn't lame at all after it happened, just a little bit short striding in both forelegs. I'm just terrified that the stories I have heard might come to apply to my girl...

...but I'm the sort of person who fears the absolute worst even in fairly minor un-scary situations so I'm probably freaking out for no reason.

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post #434 of 1628 Old 08-05-2012, 10:15 AM
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...but I'm the sort of person who fears the absolute worst even in fairly minor un-scary situations so I'm probably freaking out for no reason.
I'm the same way. It sucks, doesn't it?
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post #435 of 1628 Old 08-05-2012, 10:20 AM
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haha yeah. I have anxiety problems... never used to be a pessimistic/fearful person, but then idk what happened but something changed in me and all of a sudden I got worried about things.

A few things happened when I was 12 turning 13 that could have triggered it, one that happened directly to me and others that happened in or near places I had ties to. That year I had to take the train real early in the morning a lot, and one time a guy came and sat next to me and was watching, erm, "adult" videos on his cellphone. I never took the train early again.

And then a lady got murdered, her car was found in the suburb where I went to school, and I unknowingly ended up in the city park, less than 500m away from where her body was found (same park, it's HUGE, you could see the crime scene tape from where I was), the next day, while the whole area was still crawling with police.

And then other stuff, but those were the two big ones. And I was 12, so I was a lot more impressionable back then.

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Yah my frind has anxiety from a situation similar to yours so I understand that must hav been really scary.
Kittersrox- The grape stuff does taste good but im stuck with the cherry crap :(

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Yeah I didn't really realize at the time but it's weighed on my mind a lot since then. It's now 5 1/2 years later and the guy who killed her is on trial. I'm not so worried about people I don't know any more..

Also, lol, cherry flavoured ANYTHING is icky! Candy included. Yuckkkkkk. I like real cherries though. And glace ones.

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Yah but I do like Cherry jolley ranchers those our my favorites

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post #439 of 1628 Old 08-05-2012, 01:27 PM
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That's so scary!!

I like real cherries and most cherry flavored candies. I hate the fake cherries that they put on sundaes =P Yuck!
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post #440 of 1628 Old 08-05-2012, 01:32 PM
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Ehh, sort of over the whole "OMG murder" thing now... the memory of the creepy guy sitting on the train next to me watching dirty movies on his cell still gives me the shivers though!

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