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post #3911 of 10872 Old 03-21-2013, 10:05 AM Thread Starter
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Oh, Kay, that is HUGE. I can't tell you what it means to me to have my guys "together" .. (Charm and Badger together, Gunnie at the house) .. Charm was at my friend's for SIX YEARS .. Now I see her every day .. it's GREAT!
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post #3912 of 10872 Old 03-21-2013, 10:07 AM Thread Starter
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and while we're speaking of pollen .. Charm has been in season for two weeks, ever since I moved her out with Badger. She has pollen stuck to her hoo hoo and all down her legs .. *rolls eyes*

I might take a pic .. she walks around with her tail up (she IS an Arab) and the pollen has just stuck itself to her constantly .. um .. damp hoo hoo...

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post #3913 of 10872 Old 03-21-2013, 10:08 AM
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Tree pollen counts are thru the roof here!

My neighbor raises sheep, he sells to the local ag students (he's ex-ag teacher). Yesterday was the first day he let the momma's and babies out into the pasture. I counted 15 babies, they were running and playing. Playing king of the mountain. I just stood there watching and smiling forever. Probably looked like a ******! Lol (and not meant in a bad way).
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Im allergic to every tree and grass type known in existence... This is just... Im dieing.... hahahaha ROMEO however, I came down this morning before school to see him and he had SWEPT the pollen off the bars of his stall and walls with his tail and piled it in a corner... Im so proud. Hahhaa
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post #3915 of 10872 Old 03-21-2013, 10:16 AM
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I can't wait, TG. Must be a great feeling to be able to see your girl every day again! And count yourself lucky that you don't have to deal with pollen on your hoohaa.

Omg, Nu, I'm jealous. Whenever I went to go look at show goat prospects, I tried to refrain myself from playing with the babies. They're just too dang cute! I prefer goats over lambs, though. Lambs... aren't all there in the brain department.
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post #3916 of 10872 Old 03-21-2013, 10:19 AM Thread Starter
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Whatever blooms before pine actually gets me worse .. as far as sneezing etc. This pollen is more of a physical thing. Sand in the eyes .. powder in my throat .. lol.

I do love spring though... We have TONS of bluebonnets in Montgomery already..

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post #3917 of 10872 Old 03-21-2013, 10:45 AM
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Cedar is the highest right now, here anyway. Just yesterday one of our drug reps told me the site you can look on and enter your zip code, and it tells you what is elevated....and then I slept. I'll ask if anyone remembers what it was.
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Thank goodness, this is not my allergy season, mine is in September and October wjen I can't see or breathe. Sorru for y'all that are suffering now that caise it really stinks!
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Cedar is the highest right now, here anyway. Just yesterday one of our drug reps told me the site you can look on and enter your zip code, and it tells you what is elevated....and then I slept. I'll ask if anyone remembers what it was.
Allergy Forecast for AUSTIN, TX (73344) | Pollen.com
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