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    01-31-2013, 07:54 PM
When your husband is in your way and you use pressure points like on a horse to get him to move and say 'move over' or 'step over'....i'm really bad for that....
Every single coat I have is covered in hay and horse slobber.
So are every pair of boots, but with mud and manure.
My house has the essence of horse rather than anything else...
My truck has its own stash of bailing twine.
Everytime I have to explain something complex, I use it in terms of horses...
When I literally have to run to catch up to some one i'm 'jogging' or 'trotting' and I get picked at because of it.
I really love being a horse person!!
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    01-31-2013, 08:57 PM
Originally Posted by Nightside    
You reach into any of your coat pockets and find hay.
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Or treats or oats. LOL! When you do this while in the store.. you quickly take your hand out of your pocket and look around guilty.
    01-31-2013, 09:38 PM
And you have hay in your bra.
And you see a good piece of land that is not being used for horses and you think "what a waste".
And you have a halter and lead in your truck just in case you find a loose horse.
You watch your dog jog around the yard and you watch how they are tracking up.

    01-31-2013, 10:40 PM
You are driving down a road and a tarp blows across the road you take a deep breath and prepare for a spook/bolt/buck then your sis reminds you that you are in a car not on a horse

Your hoodie that you have not worn to the barn in a year still has hay somewhere in it even after wearing it for weeks and pulling hay out every time.

Your boots helmet riding pants and show clothes are the neatest thing in your room everything else is thrown about

When ever you feel off balance you put all of your weight into your heels
    01-31-2013, 11:36 PM
You proudly tromp through the ice and sleet to bring water to the barn because the hose froze but gripe about having to go check the mail.

Your riding clothes comprise the vast majority of the money spent on clothing; since you were born.

Your dog gets excited when you pick up your half chaps and helmet at the same time since that means they get to go to the barn.
    01-31-2013, 11:50 PM
You not only find an empty tube of due wormer in your pocket, but also peppermint wrappers, bailing twine, and hay

The backseat of your car doesn't have any room for people because there are two riding helmets, 3 pairs of boots, a bag of feed, a pair of half chaps, a vest, a crop and your horses favorite cookies :)
    01-31-2013, 11:54 PM
You throw a little mini party for your other horsie friends on the shortest day of the year, because summer is coming lol
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    01-31-2013, 11:54 PM
(You know you're used to riding green horses) you're riding an older well broke horse and a duck/grouse/owl flies up and you almost jump off your horse because you were 'riding the spook/jump' that didn't happen.
    01-31-2013, 11:59 PM
Originally Posted by Mochachino    
And you have hay in your bra.
And you see a good piece of land that is not being used for horses and you think "what a waste".
And you have a halter and lead in your truck just in case you find a loose horse.
You watch your dog jog around the yard and you watch how they are tracking up.

hay in your bra is the worst!
    02-01-2013, 12:46 AM
When I go in a store and put my hand in my pocket and realize I have two knives in there and hope I don't get stopped by security!
When I've filled my back seat and trunk of my car with grass I cut on the side of the road with scissors because I know my horses would love it!

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