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post #5441 of 10872 Old 05-13-2013, 03:35 PM
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I have been to dos gringoes. I have heard freds is great also.
The Old South Pancake House is one of my favorites and is open 24 hours has great home cooking and lots of room.
Besides any where the waitresses call you "Honey" will they take your order has my vote. LOL
Glad everyone had a great Mothers Day.
clippity clop I cant wait to tell all my jewish friends with wives that you went to Loews and got something to plant for your B Day.They will be amazed and will give their wives grief about how easy it is to buy a present for a non jewish woman. My mother would have shot my father for that. LOL
kctop your foal magic is growing like a weed and loves people. His two sisters have become brave enough to play with him and all three race around the pasture bucking an kicking. Shalom
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post #5442 of 10872 Old 05-13-2013, 03:59 PM
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We had a great time at the show this weekend. Kitten (10) and Acey both did really well, despite Kitten's meltdown at the gate during the trail course. *sigh*

She won the stall decorating contest and 5 new ribbons to hang on her wall. :)

Trail - 4th out of 7
Youth Mares - 6th out of 12
Showmanship - 6th out of 12
Hunter Under Saddle - 1st out of 3
Hunt Seat Equitation -1st out of 3

English classes at Hunt County are pretty small for her age group. Acey is not a halter horse and Kitten is not fond of in hand work, so we were happy with her overall results.

Mother's Day was spent in my PJs with a good book. A perfect day in my mind.

I'll be in Ft Worth on Wednesday for the 4th grade field trip, so I'll keep an eye out for restaurants. I'm looking forward to meeting everyone!
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post #5443 of 10872 Old 05-13-2013, 04:21 PM
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Congrats on a successful show HM1025!!!!

DBA- I can see them playing in the pasture, just being babies!!!!! I know they are soooo cute and they'll be big before you know it!

"Dream big, Work hard and Have FAITH"
"When my story's told, I hope he'll say well done and welcome home." ~ Templeton Thompson
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post #5444 of 10872 Old 05-13-2013, 04:29 PM
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I eat anything.... almost! Which is my problem! lol
So, I'm good with just about anything, unless it's fried insects or something like that!

I spent the weekend, clearing away all the little mesquite trees we killed off in the fall. My arms look like I've been in a cat fight! Still squeezing splinters out of my hands. Sprayed the ones that still had green, so they won't come back, hopefully. So our pasture is now cleared of mesquites and cactus, for now! Hopefully I won't have to do that again, unless it's an occ, one or two!.
Cat's belly is getting bigger and bigger, she comes over for me to scratch her, loves her belly near her bag scratched the most. She'll hike her leg up to get me more access and make the goofies faces. I need to remember my camera!
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post #5445 of 10872 Old 05-13-2013, 04:44 PM
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Anyone good at diagnosing things... hahaha like muscle/bone damage? I wanna hear an opinion before i go to a doctor or chiropractor. Too stubborn to go unless i REALLY need it. hahaha

Horses are angels without wings!
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post #5446 of 10872 Old 05-13-2013, 04:55 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone good at diagnosing things... hahaha like muscle/bone damage? I wanna hear an opinion before i go to a doctor or chiropractor. Too stubborn to go unless i REALLY need it. hahaha
... on an internet horse forum ????

Sure, piece of cake .. any one of us should be able to do that for you ...


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post #5447 of 10872 Old 05-13-2013, 04:56 PM
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^^^ BUT MOMMMM!!!!! I'm fine until further notice!!! When my back breaks then ill go then! hahahah
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post #5449 of 10872 Old 05-13-2013, 05:27 PM
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TBJ, sounds like me when I got my head busted open on Dec. 1st. My friend wanted to take me to ER in Azle. I said no, I'll wait until I get home. I didn't loose consciousness, wasn't confused...etc.... She still hasn't forgiven me for not letting me take her to ER! I wanted to go when I was home and knew the people! lol

TBJ... what did you do? any numbness tingling? your too young to put stuff off, get it fixed NOW!
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post #5450 of 10872 Old 05-13-2013, 07:13 PM
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DBA, I am low maintenance and easy to please. I enjoy hobbies that are hands on and labor intensive. Hubby just simply feeds my fire - when it looks like I'm slowing down, he just adds something else to the mix to keep me going. Keeps me from getting bored and nagging him and makes for a perfect world for me. LOL!

TBJ, if you think you tore cartilage or muscle or pulled a tendon or lig, better give yourself some time off or it will heal wrong and you will feel it start aching every rainy day from now til you're 80!

Nu, I know how you feel fighting the darn brush and thicket. Our place was so thick with yaupon that you couldn't see 2 foot into the brush. If you crawled in there, it was so dark you'd think it was midnight. Then we became goat breeders. Now everything is clear as a sunny day for the first 6 feet from the ground up. LOL!

Yellow Bitterweed - anyone know how to kill it? Milkweed whatever you want to call it...that stuff WILL NOT DIE even with straight concentrated round up sprayed on it. My arena stays all dirt all year until this time and the bitterweed comes up in it like I seeded the arena with it or something. If you shred it, it leaves little dried up foot stabbing spikes all over the place.

What kills this stuff? I'm about to go out there and actually till the arena up 6 inches deep but that, too, is bad b/c I don't want to lose my footing to run off/rain/etc.

Clippityclop is finally getting to spend some time in the saddle!
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