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    06-11-2012, 10:51 PM
Originally Posted by torty    
You know your horse crazy when you start making clicking noises at your friends to make them walk faster..
I took my husband on a trip to New York City last December. He had never been. Of course, it was extremely crowded and you had to practically run to get across the street before the light turned. He continually clucked to get me to move faster. At first is was funny...but after 3 days, I started to get tired of it. When I jokingly told him if he continued to treat me like a horse, I was going to punch him, he stopped in the middle of Broadway and lifted my foot and proceeded to mimic picking my feet.

Gotta love the man!
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    06-12-2012, 12:09 AM
You don't show up at the barn for 2 full days and people ask if you are ok and everyone is wondering where you've been. I was with my kids it was really hot out and they wanted to go swimming and stuff instead of hanging out at the barn lol. They all thought I had died.
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    06-16-2012, 01:21 AM
I took the foster kids to a minor league baseball game tonight. On the way to the car we had a clear road ahead of us so we did a piggy back race to the car, 4 kids, my husband and I.

Totally on instinct I gave my husband inside leg so he moved out and blocked kids from passing us. My none horsey husband had no idea what my little kicks meant and we lost the race.

It was hilarious to me that I didn't make a conscious decision to ask him to 'move out', and I gave leg aids before I could shout out and tell him what to do.
    06-16-2012, 01:26 AM
When you imagine jumping over people's front fences and barriers along the road when driving in the car.
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    06-16-2012, 02:27 AM
Your house is a cluttered mess with clean laundry still in the basket, unfolded and clean dishes left in the dishwasher, but your stalls are mucked, the barn aisle raked, the tack put up neatly and the tack room swept.

You wear the same raggedy jeans to work because all your spending money went to horse treats, new brushes and that saddle pad you just HAD to have (you know, like the other 5).

Window shopping is done at home on Dreamhorse, craigslist, horseville, horseopia and tack trader.

You know that the best cure for a bad day is to just wrap your arms around your horses neck, bury your face in her shoulder and just breath.

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