Type: Posts; User: charismaryllis
-raises hand- it just doesn't do it for me... (And yes, i try to avoid salt--prefer the low sodium versions of things.)
What. The. Hell?? Remind DD1 that you are competent adults and will do exactly what you want to do, where you want to do it. At some point you may have to give DD2 a gentle version of the "Bed....
Tsk mike. ;)
So , per the discussion on that thread, what do you think is motivating the bay?
Yes, i think the current manufacturing advice is five years...? Although i suppose if you ride five days a week somewhere where it's a zillion degrees each day, that might speed up the deterioration...
Where are you located? Try and get your hands on one of these:
There will be all kinds of listings in the back for local groups of all kinds. But it will...
where are you located? ask these folks to send a grad student or two to check out your barn? might make a nice field trip for them. :)
beeb claims some sort of deal has been reached
i dunno, this makes perfect sense to me. :)
first off, that's adorable. and hysterical. :)
but i wonder what an animal behaviorist would say about it? i can see a mare trying to make sure her foal had feed, or a band stallion looking for...
yeah, i was thinking the same--doesn't it get to be, like, eleventy-billion degrees out there? of course, if they confined the work to after sunset, it might be better.
my d/w has a final cycle that purports to 'sanitize' the dishes; maybe or maybe not, but they're certainly too hot to touch when they come out. so, NO, absolutely do not put a helmet in there. !
CF here, but i know know several ppl who freely admit they love their children but don't like them.
so you are not alone in this, and i don't think you should struggle. cards on major holidays...
Halt--very interesting blog post! The last time i had a fall that bonked the helmet, i cracked the styrofoam all the way through in two different spots (rear part, covering the medulla)....
hardly anything: tried a mrs pasture's horse cookie once. wasn't very good.:uhoh:
i assume the gate part is voluntary; i would hope that people would know their horses well enough to know if they'd lose their minds going near it. :D
bwahahahahahaha!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:
can you tell i've only just gotten around to reading the April Equiery? ;) :lol:
yes. slow news day. :)
canter for the cure; may 10, 6 am - 11 am.
Yes, they're just a few hundred yards south of the center of town.
You going to bring your horses? ;) i'm going to be out of town otherwise i'd go watch. :(