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        05-16-2013, 02:09 PM
      #5571
    Trained
    TBJ was the foals sire gray? Black foals look grulla when they are born. I would like to see what colour he turns out to be.
    Cynical thanks for going the extra mile I did not mean to leave all the work for you.
    I like the first 2 designs. Simple and to the point.
    The black does show off the logo really well.
    Great job cynical they all are nice and I would be proud to wear any of them.
    want to keep this under 400$ . We can always order more as needed. That is why I think we need to find one printer and use them if we choose to continue the meet and greets. Shalom
         
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        05-16-2013, 02:12 PM
      #5572
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by ThoroughbredJumper    
    Ok, on the grey, that is NOT my stirrup length. Hahahaha its Brookes. I had to walk her mare out so she could go to a banquet. She's 15.3hh. Hahahaha I've been wanting to ride her for ever now and I finally got my chance! Hahahha
    TBJ, looking at the pic of you on the grey, I just have to laugh (at myself) and think of when I was a kid, when I saw a woman with a "posture" like you are displaying, I'd tell dad, "Hey dad, she's got her knockers up"! Use to piss mom of, but dad would laugh, so I'd just keep doing it! Lol
         
        05-16-2013, 02:13 PM
      #5573
    Yearling
    Thanks for doing the shirt designs, Cyn! I like option #9 but it was hard to choose!
         
        05-16-2013, 02:15 PM
      #5574
    Yearling
    Didn't think of that Cyn. Guess that's why I'm not doing it! Lol

    I like the black horse, and the running horse with the Texas colors.... Too many decisions for me! It is so hard for me to choose out of an assortment of things. I'll go with what ya'll go with. I like them all.
         
        05-16-2013, 02:28 PM
      #5575
    Trained
    Ok everyone lets see if she can get all the designs done withing budget and then we can make the decision.
    If its a go for all then everyone pick one design and we can vote then.
    Top 2 designs get another vote. Sounds OK to everyone?
    I do not want to abuse the kindness of our friend cynical.
    At the meet and greet we all need to give her a round of applause. Shalom
         
        05-16-2013, 03:16 PM
      #5576
    Yearling
    ^^^ And a round of applause for you, also, DBA, for herding us together for the meet and greet!
         
        05-16-2013, 03:58 PM
      #5577
    Yearling
    I'll put my vote in for 5 & 6 as my favorites
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        05-16-2013, 04:42 PM
      #5578
    Started
    I like option 1 and 2!

    I wear a small. :)
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        05-16-2013, 07:45 PM
      #5579
    Yearling
    7 PEEPS - and one stuck in his shell after mom decided to give up on the nest with the rest (which have about a week left and are still moving but they've been cold too long).

    Most of the pipped chick's shell has flaked off and the white membrane has dried out a bit. Since there is still blood veins inside (and a little blood on the outside), I just wrapped him in a warm wet papertowel, made sure he could breathe, and put him under a 60 watt bulb and will monitor him every hour. Maybe it won't be much longer and he'll absorb all the fluids and yolk and then I can help him out.

    When I got home from work to look for the chick I saw last night and the other three that were hatching, they were NOT in the nest box. I went around to the front and momma hen had somehow gotten them out of the nest boxes (which are waist high and attached to a house built in one end), down the ramps, and were running around with her on the floor. The other chickens could care less. Only problem was they were getting stepped on around the food and couldn't reach water.

    So now I have all the peeps in the tub in my kitchen (including the left over eggs just in case), and just for fun, brought in momma hen who seems perfectly happy to hang out with the babies and so far hasn't had any desire to wander around my house and crap everywhere. LOL!

    Tomorrow I will get the horse trailer up and put them in there.

    From the looks of things, I've got a couple of leghorns, maybe some Buffs or Ameracunas - one looks like a Sussex (that would be dad) and one white crested black polish. The polish one is a nice treat to make it worth the effort!
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        05-16-2013, 08:05 PM
      #5580
    Yearling
    Peep Pic - one is hiding under momma:

    1.jpg

    And pipping chick - I hope he makes it. I'm working from some stuff I read on my other favorite forum (backyard chicken forum) to help me with this little guy...

    2.jpg


    BACK ON THE SUBJECT OF SHIRTS
    I wear a medium. I also like 'Texas Friends' better than 'Texas Member(s)' (any slogan with the word 'member' in it reminds me of Austin Powers) and all the designs look great to me. And if it saves $$, I'd be happy with the design/logo/texas friends all being on the front and nothing on the back. They all look really good!
         

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