Type: Posts; User: Fred
Very glad to hear a positive update!
My nephew's fiance is named Brooke, I really like it too.
They call her 'Brooklyn' for short.
Name preferences are so personal. We never had a daughter but if we had I always wanted to name...
Yes, that was awful. Very close to us. :no:
This is a very sad story, I hope there is a good outcome.
We can still be friends.
My husband didn't love it either. :(
(but I still love him)
I absolutely LOVED 'Water for Elephants'. I keep buying it for people and hoping they will love it as much as I did.
If you like the historical mysteries, have you seen the Anne Perry books? Set...
An update- I just saw video posted of A Little Romance and Jessica at Training Camp on Phoenix Eventing FB page.
I'm so excited and nervous!
Thanks again to everyone for your very kind comments.
Me too CS.
This. I have owned most of mine until death, some from their first breath to their last.
It is hard to make the decision, but as Beverly and others said, better a bit 'too soon' than a day too...
You are in my thoughts Ceylon. I wish there was more I could do.
If you were closer, I would be happy to keep your pony here for a while, to take some of the financial pressure off you.
flightcrash, thank you for your post.
I am so sorry for what happened to you. You did nothing wrong. There is nothing you should have done differently.
Thank you for sharing your story, and...
Just asked my DH this minute, he said: get a book of chords, then a songbook of one of your favourite bands/musician.
and try to play along.
His words - "this is what makes it fun, and motivates...
Adding my good thoughts for your friend.
Yes, we all love mysteries and beach books, I think.
I read one book by Kathleen Valentine a while back and it was very good, very well written, also self-published IIRC
This is the book I...
The book I am reading is interesting, but F.Scott is not coming across well so far.
And Zelda, I agree, that is very sad and raises questions too.
As others have said, core strength, so Pilates, and yoga for flexiblity.
Thank you very much, GotSpots!
OP, glad to hear your instructor is working on easy tunes too.
Speaking of broad reaching consequences of the ruling, this just in:
My grandmother used to always pick the palominos, especially the ones with the most pompoms in their manes.
Of course they were the lead ponies...
My sister always picked the grey.
I am not, but my husband is a complete guitar geek.
One thing he says is that concentrating on theory is well and good, but what most people want is to be able to play a tune.
So, maybe your...
Keeping your grandson in my thoughts, and hoping that he comes back home safe and sound. MGP's nephew too.
Good wishes to them and their loved ones.
My niece is an officer in the Cdn Armed...
Our holiday, Canada Day, was July 1. We have neighbours down the road STILL setting off fireworks.
I used to listen to it a lot, and enjoyed it.
My DH was on the show many, many years ago, as a musical guest.
The movie was odd..did anyone see that? with Meryl Streep?
I agree, it is tiresome to read just endless negativity. :no:
If the best your opponent can offer is a hack job rather than something positive, well, it says more about them than you. Or in this...
^^ love it. :lol:
I think Justice Ginsburg in her dissent said it very well: 'the ruling opens up the possiblity for endless challenges from employers who have *religiously grounded* objections" to many health care...