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        02-11-2013, 10:27 PM
      #3401
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    Thanks for the support y'all, it's greatly appreciated.

    CC - I could do that with Katy's mane but I don't think I have the time or patience and I know she doesn't have the patience to stand there that long. I did 3 rows last time and she said enoughs, enough....
         
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        02-12-2013, 01:14 AM
      #3402
    Trained
    Kctop stick to your principles and insist that your daughter follow YOUR rules.
    In the long run she will understand and respect you for standing firm.
    I was a strict parent
    I raised 2 daughters trust me it aint easy.
    I was the dumbest and most unreasonable person both ever met when they were teenagers. Now Im just one of the two. Which one they havent decided and I do not plan on asking. Shalom
         
        02-12-2013, 08:24 AM
      #3403
    Weanling
    Good morning friends how is everyone today?
         
        02-12-2013, 08:34 AM
      #3404
    Weanling
    Morning everyone!

    Love Haflingers! Have ridden a few in my time. One I kind of leased. They're kinda hard to come by here though...

    Well, this weekend is our anniversary, but since I work we will mainly go to a nice restaurant (one we always want to go to, but it always gets spoiled for one reason or another) and will try to start our garden. Though with the freeze, we might have to get a tarp. We need a Texas Gardening Thread

    TBJ, congrats!
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        02-12-2013, 10:39 AM
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    Thanks dba, I'm sticking to it and it's been a rough few days......

    Hope everyone has a great day!
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        02-12-2013, 10:46 AM
      #3406
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by Kiara    
    Morning everyone!

    Love Haflingers! Have ridden a few in my time. One I kind of leased. They're kinda hard to come by here though...

    Well, this weekend is our anniversary, but since I work we will mainly go to a nice restaurant (one we always want to go to, but it always gets spoiled for one reason or another) and will try to start our garden. Though with the freeze, we might have to get a tarp. We need a Texas Gardening Thread

    TBJ, congrats!

    Shall I start it, or shall you?? *smile*
         
        02-12-2013, 12:07 PM
      #3407
    Yearling
    The Humane Society of North Texas, where I got my rescue from, had a halflinger, not long after I got my mare. She was pretty. If I knew you wanted on TG, I would have hollared at ya! Lol
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        02-12-2013, 12:25 PM
      #3408
    Green Broke
    Right down the road is a barn and pasture that hosts a trail ride group this time of year as they are gearing up for HLSR trail ride. DD16 and I were driving by a couple weeks ago and I was blabbering on about something unimportant, I'm sure. They had many trailers parked with horses tied to them in the pasture. One of the trailers had two haflingers tied to it ... one was really really really light with almost WHITE underbelly color ...

    I screamed HAFLINGERS .. and hit my brakes, then my gas, then my brakes ... DD16 was laughing so hard at me .. I wanted to stop, but I didn't want to be stupid.. wish I had my camera ... THEY.WERE.SO.CUTE!
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        02-12-2013, 12:32 PM
      #3409
    Yearling
    Kiara, you holler at me if you have any questions about your garden or whatnot - I'll share all the info I have. I haven't been doing it very long, but made enough mistakes to know what not to do again and don't mind sharing.

    Right now is a good time to make some tea and let it set out on the porch for a few weeks (NOT the drinking kind! LOL!)

    Had to replace both tie rods under the front end of my truck - if that is indeed what they are called - keeps the wheels moving together? Anyway, my beast of a truck starting scaring the school crossing guard when I'd turn at her corner with the huge metal clunking sound it would make....Both of the rods were shot. It had been getting worse with time until Friday I told hubby I was parking it and not going anywhere else until we figured out what it was. I felt like I was about to leave parts on the road as I drove or maybe even see a wheel fly off.

    Hubby fixed it for under $100 and under an hour (thank goodness) and my truck drives like a new car! So glad it was cheap THIS TIME.
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        02-12-2013, 12:49 PM
      #3410
    Green Broke
    There were two halflinger brothers a the last groundwork clinic I went to! Those things were tanks. Terrified tanks. I'll have to post pictures when I get home.
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