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        04-01-2007, 12:20 PM
      #11
    Weanling
    Your not pathetic, just paranoid! Everyone would be in your position! X
         
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        04-02-2007, 03:54 PM
      #12
    Green Broke
    Hooray!!! Got a phone call today.... Meg has been served both yesterday and today! Woo Hoo!!! Fingers crossed she takes, and then she can be home in about 3 weeks!!!
         
        04-02-2007, 05:46 PM
      #13
    Weanling
    Yay! I bet your will be excited! X
         
        04-05-2007, 12:40 AM
      #14
    Green Broke
    05.04.2007

    Ok its 4.34am here in the UK. And I'm sat here at my computer rather than being tucked up in bed. I can't sleep....
    My throat is that sore, I can't swallow properly, my nose is dripping like a tap and I ache all over.

    I'm suppose to be going to see meg in the next day or so, but its over an hours drive, and I don't quite feel up to it yet. But I am missing her. She's been served three days running, but she's no longer interested in his advances, so fingers crossed she will have taken, only approx three weeks to wait and I should find out.

    Went to see my little guy willow yesterday. I didn't stay long as didn't feel well, but I know he's being well looked after. He got a big kiss, cuddle and apple, and he was quite content munching his hay. I did notice that his front hooves felt a little warm, I tend to be extremely cautious this time of year especially with all that lush spring grass coming through. I'll have to keep a close eye on that. :)
         
        04-13-2007, 12:38 PM
      #15
    Green Broke
    13.04.2007

    Hooray! Been to see Meg today. Gosh she looks really well, chilled and relaxed. And she made my day by trotting up to the gate when I shouted!
    Fingers crossed and she should be home beginning of May!

         
        04-20-2007, 05:40 AM
      #16
    Green Broke
    20.04.2007

    Well, I've not wrote for a while. Haven't had a lot to say. :roll:
    Meg is still enjoying her hol, and I'm bored stiff as have nothing to ride. I did go and see a warmblood cross the other day, but that has a curb?!? I now know what it is, but not quite sure how or if it effects day to day riding. She was gorgeous looking, but I'll have to pass.
    I'm going away to sunshiny Blackpool next week for a few days.. :roll: Not my favourite place, but hubby wants to go, so I'll go. (Apologies if anyone is from Blackpool)
    I'll have to continue my search for a third addition when I return.

    Ellie and Willow are still doing well. Daring madam she is, always wanting to jump. But I've limited her to once or twice a week. She hacked him out, down the lane the other day, with me walking along side. (On foot :( ) and the little monkey stood on the back of my boot and ripped the sole off!!! Had to walk all the way back home, with only one shoe on.
    Hee hee the joy of owning horses/ponies!
         
        05-09-2007, 05:08 PM
      #17
    Green Broke
    09.05.2007

    Hi all, not had a lot to say for a while with Meg being away. But Hooray!!! She came home today.
    She's definatley taken, and although she's not due til March next year, looks like she's ready to drop any time now. She's been turned out 24/7 whilst she has been away, so has been eating all that lush spring grass, thus piling on the pounds. :roll:
    Its so good to have her home again though. 8)
    I'm still searching for a new friend to have fun on, but so far not much luck. Although I am going to see a nice one tomorrow, so fingers crossed she works out.
    This is her.
         
        05-11-2007, 12:50 PM
      #18
    Green Broke
    11.05.2007

    Yipee!! New girl Petra arrived at lunchtime today. She was a little unsettled for the first hour, but now you'd think she'd been there for years.
    I'm in love already! Such a sweetie. Spent a good hour grooming and loving her, then it was my darling meg's turn. Can't forget her, bless. :roll: I think she was a bit put out, she's kind of use to having me all to herself, except for Willow of course. She had lots of loving and grooming too, then it was little man Willow's turn. Ellie spent a good while pampering and pruning him. He's such a good boy. Ellie can just tootle round the school on her own with him now. I still stay close just in case.
    Petra only had to travel about 20 mins to our yard, so I think I might have a short stint in the school tomorrow afternoon.
    Gosh I'm so excited, you wouldn't think I was 33yrs old!
         
        05-14-2007, 08:55 AM
      #19
    Weanling
    Petra is gorgeous hope she is good for you!
         
        05-15-2007, 04:33 PM
      #20
    Green Broke
    Thankyou.

    15.05.2007

    Well had my first flat work training with new girl Petra today. Everyone kept laughing at me, because I just couldn't stop smiling. She's fantastic to ride, can't believe my luck with her. I'm just so glad I found her.

    I think Meg's feeling a bit left out. I think she's a bit jealous too, if horses can be jealous?!? She's had me more or less to herself for that long, it must be difficult to see me lavishing affection on Petra. The stud advised me not to ride until 3 months, so have another 5 weeks to go. Other than that she tends to be out in the field all day, I spend a while grooming her and then its tucked up for the night in her stable. Don't know what to do to cheer her up. Might have to walk her out in hand, exercise will do her and me both the world of good. Even if I wanted to ride her, she's that much of a table top her saddle wouldn't fit. :roll:
    I'm sure I'll work something out.
         

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