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post #4841 of 10872 Old 04-23-2013, 07:08 PM
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Ya it's easier NOT to go in gait and lazy horses like ours try not to it seems! Stinkers!
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post #4842 of 10872 Old 04-23-2013, 11:35 PM
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TG, hope you get to healing quickly!

TBJ, very nice dress!

Hill Country ride/picknick sounds great! I vote for it being during school break And after June so EMS can join

Got a better pic of my girl today. The other ones do her no justice. Maybe y'all can see in this one why I feel like she isn't really large enough to be so far along... I did feel the baby move though.
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post #4843 of 10872 Old 04-24-2013, 01:17 AM
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She's beautiful kiara!
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post #4844 of 10872 Old 04-24-2013, 02:26 AM
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OK ladies I am game for meeting a few of you at the same time.
However be forewarned if you are not as nice as KCTOP and as easy to talk to then I will have forego future engagements. Just joking.
Lets not forget that after june the temps will be in the 100's. EMS is not going to be used to one of our Texas summers.
As long as there is a hotel nearby with running water and electricity I will gladly rough it with the rest of y'all. Shalom
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post #4845 of 10872 Old 04-24-2013, 10:49 AM
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OK ladies I am game for meeting a few of you at the same time.
However be forewarned if you are not as nice as KCTOP and as easy to talk to then I will have forego future engagements. Just joking.
Lets not forget that after june the temps will be in the 100's. EMS is not going to be used to one of our Texas summers.
As long as there is a hotel nearby with running water and electricity I will gladly rough it with the rest of y'all. Shalom

Haha actually I've been there in August and felt the heat, but honestly last year it got over 100 on numerous days here. It was HOTT! I went to North Carolina to visit my Mom and it was 110 there and I took a picture of the thermometer reading. That's just ridiculous!

I grew up in Florida with the nasty humid heat and lived in Louisiana for a while. I'm really hoping Texas is better than those 2, dry heat PLEASE!!
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post #4846 of 10872 Old 04-24-2013, 11:00 AM
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Texas? Dry heat? I guess it depends where you're going. Down where I am south of Houston, it is always hot and always humid. Up in central Texas near Kempner where my dad has some land, it's pretty dry. But it's still hot.

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post #4847 of 10872 Old 04-24-2013, 11:22 AM
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Yep, EMS, dry heat is in North Central TX!!!! Oh we do have some humid days though too. Bur be careful what you wish for!!!!

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post #4848 of 10872 Old 04-24-2013, 11:49 AM
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Its currently 35* -_- I am hoping for heat before i have to show on thursday! hahaha i feel bad for my trainer, shes showing my horse right now out in the cold and wind XD

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post #4849 of 10872 Old 04-24-2013, 11:53 AM
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TG, hope you get to healing quickly!

TBJ, very nice dress!

Hill Country ride/picknick sounds great! I vote for it being during school break And after June so EMS can join

Got a better pic of my girl today. The other ones do her no justice. Maybe y'all can see in this one why I feel like she isn't really large enough to be so far along... I did feel the baby move though.

She looks so regal, I love it!
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post #4850 of 10872 Old 04-24-2013, 12:05 PM
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My sister lives in Mansfield and it seems to be pretty much dry heat there, and that's not too far from where we will be living.

Either way, even if it's hot as hell I'm sooooo excited about moving guys! DH leaves in just under 4 weeks, he has to be there on May 22. I have the worst butterflies in my stomach right now.... Probably a case of the nervous farts brewing up...lol!! Haha no but really I am so anxious about it and the whole moving process with the horses and everything. Well, kids, horses, 2 german shepherds, a cat, pig, geese, and a cockatiel. I feel like I need to rent a circus trailer to accommodate all the living beings we're taking.
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