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        01-29-2013, 11:58 AM
      #3221
    Weanling
    Id love to do some more trail rides other than just the Rehab one too.
    Im not positive if where has been set yet for this years spring trail ride but as soon as I know I will pass it along.
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        01-29-2013, 01:22 PM
      #3222
    Yearling
    Dba, Dh does ours and a few others but I'll get you a name or 2:)
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        01-29-2013, 02:14 PM
      #3223
    Weanling
    Yes, I wish I had a trailer *sigh*
         
        01-29-2013, 03:13 PM
      #3224
    Yearling
    My dad has a 4 horse stock trailer, that's older than I am. PURE STEEL! Heavy SOB! Used it for years. Found a cheap 2 horse, $500!!! Good floor, needs a little metal work, which my DH can do. I just ordered a new window, butt chains for it, got the rubber matts yesterday. Can't wait for this summer, when DH has more time to go ahead and fix the few areas that need fixed.
         
        01-29-2013, 05:14 PM
      #3225
    Weanling
    DbArabians, we're not too far from Farmersville (Acey is in Blue Ridge), but we use BJ (Lone Star Farrier). He's a good kid and does a decent job on the horses at the two barns we go to. If he won't come out, he might be able to refer someone. (214) 649-1561
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        01-29-2013, 10:57 PM
      #3226
    Yearling
    Nice rain here today, we probably got about an inch or so, all in a downpour at once, and a little hail. Of course, I was on the road, hopefully didn't get any dings from the hail!
    Still truck shopping... I think I found "the one", will know tomorrow after my mechanic checks it out.
    Thanks for the equestrian trails info, CClop! I feel certain that several of us will eventually run into each other somewhere, on the trail or otherwise! Reminds me, I think I just missed TG Saturday morning. I don't want to cause undue alarm, but it is for the good of all... I was driving a really ugly truck, had decided that it was just not for me, considering how it shifted gears, when I had to dodge a dead rooster on the road. She must have seen me coming and took off before she could relish her prey. I had no idea that she had that large a territory for her hunts! Don't remember exactly where she lives, but I know that it must be at least 100 miles away. Beware.
    Nuisance, I have an old steel trailer, too. Using it for storage now, and soon for weekends at the lake/grasslands. A 2-horse straightload with living quarters! Got it for nothing, had wheel bearings & brakes done, a couple of years ago. Soon hopefully will have the truck to haul it. Will soon be getting something smaller to haul to the lake/trails nearby.
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        01-29-2013, 11:28 PM
      #3227
    Yearling
    Early Sunday morning as I walked out to feed my horses, I noticed little hooves behind a paint mare at our barn that we knew would foal any day... a little filly!
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        01-30-2013, 12:50 AM
      #3228
    Green Broke
    What an adorable little baby!! I got deja vu reading your post, I'm not sure why LOL.

    Do y'all think I'd be able to keep up with y'all on trails by hand walking Henny?
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        01-30-2013, 08:35 AM
      #3229
    Green Broke
    Rant Warning.

    Just once .. ONCE ... when I'm feeling discouraged, or a little unsure about something ... and I'm stupid enough to actually EXPRESS myself ... just ONCE ... would it be possible that DH just give me a big hug, remind me that I'm a child of the Most High God, that we believe and stand on His promises, have faith, and maybe even a "everything is going to be fine" ....

    Nooooooooooooooooooooo ... it sends HIM spiraling into doubt and fear and hysteria .. straight to the WORST possible scenerio .. and I spend what little energy I can muster trying to backtrack and assure HIM that everything is going to be ok ..

    I.AM.SO.FREAKIN.TIRED.OF.BEING.EVERYBODY'S.EVERYTH ING.

    I know I draw my strength from the Lord, but sometimes I really just need to have a flesh and blood human being hold me and tell me it's ok .. really.

    Is that too much to ask!?!?!? ... /end rant --
         
        01-30-2013, 08:39 AM
      #3230
    Weanling
    Well allow me to assure you that you are indeed a child of the Most High who is your everything. He holds you in his hands and knows the number of hairs on your head.
    His will is that you don't worry about anything as all things are in his hands. Be his anointed child and concern yourself only with his will and all other things will always fall into place for you.
    Allow his grace to comfort you in your worry and let his Holy Spirit assure you that all will be well.

    Worrying will never ever help a situation. The only thing it can actually serve is to harm a situation worse. Live in the knowledge that you are precious and are destined for paradise.
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