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I was also going to suggest Novalis, a horse I have always liked.
I'm just so sad and sorry for you and dear Elliott, you both tried so hard.
You loved him, and did your best for him.
Heartbroken for you, Holly and him.
I bred one of my AFR daughters, who is a big girl, to VDL Windsor H, with the hope of producing an eventer.
He is a lovely horse, great temperament, who shows in the jumpers with his AA owner, 16h...
I agree with Frosty. We have a Dirt Devil - I am in and out of the barn many times during the day, and we have a large GSD, as well as 2 house cats - and I am allergic - so I vacuum daily. The thing...
The Grand Budapest Hotel is one I wanted to see, but missed when it was in its theatre run - I think it might be on PPV right now.
William Micklem did a very interesting series of articles a few years back on this very subject.
Maybe viney has the link?
Good morning, thanks for that info.
And I agree, it is racing blood.
I just saw this, Louise.
I feel sad for you, knowing how much you love Becky.
I agree with you absolutely about quality of life over quantity - but I feel sure that Becky still has plenty of high...
Chef is playing locally, so it's the first up for us - sounds great, thank you.
Thank you for all the wonderful suggestions.
A Little Romance is indeed by A Fine Romance (100%TB) and her dam, Samland's Fuerstin is by Donaufurst out of a TB mare. So she is a minimum of 75% TB (depending upon how much TB...
In Paris, my favourite things were the Louvre. the Rodin Musem, and Sainte Chapelle.
I went to an ancient instruments concert there one evening and thought I was in heaven.
thank you foundationmare. <3
That looks good!
Thanks for that suggestion, Louise. It looks like something I'd like too.
I loved 'Chocolat' (ok, chocolate and Johnny Depp naked - what's not to like?)
and this has similarities, plus it has Helen...
For sure, Foxtrot's. I'll check to see if it is on here yet, and then if we go, for sure I will review it. ;)
My DH mentioned 'Boyhood' too, it sounds interesting. Thank you!
I just won a pass for two to Cineplex (+ popcorn!!) and am wondering what is out now, that anyone has seen and recommends.
The last film I saw was The Lunchbox, which I thoroughly enjoyed.
I loved the comment from Jenni Autry on EN about A Little Romance:
"if these events were scored on heart alone, this little mare would be in the lead, hands down"
edited to add a picture of A...
I have had good luck with scrubbing it gently with a soft rubber curry, drying carefully and applying an antibacterial ointment like polysporin.
Bactine (remember that?) has been effective on both...
Good luck skydy, I hope things proceed quicker now.
I could only hope that I would be as good a friend as you.
And, I agree, the world would be a better place if more people were like you.
I agree, I never met anyone rude in Paris, just the opposite. '
At least, no rude Parisiens.
Michelle Bachmann proposes a 'solution'.
Love it, I shared on FB too. :)
I fractured my sternum a few years ago, and it was painful for ages.
Sorry I can't be more encouraging.
[QUOTE=Coreene;7680468]Imagine my pressure: I'm going to Normandy with Aunt Esther! :lol:[/QUOTE
So 'the scarf' better be Hermes! :yes:
Wish I were going.