Type: Posts; User: Skeezix
I would have loved to be a backup singer. I love to sing, but definitely not front person material. :)
I've got a 34 year old mostly blind (she has some very limited sight in one eye) pony with cushiness. Due to her age and infirmities, she can be very reactive. Given your mare's history, and even...
I loved so many of the old Westerns. One of my favorites was Lancer, which had a short run, but I had such a crush on James Stacy.
So cute--I might have to fight all of you for Bert!
When I had my little greenie, I always looked at those as good training for horse shows :)
I just wanted to add some <<hugs>>
My horse gave me tons of patience.
It's been a crummy year and there have been long stretches of time when I didn't get a chance to ride or even give him much attention. But he is always the...
Just found this thread and was so happy to see it has worked out :)
I too have a barn cat who successfully made the transition to house cat. She is so happy living in the house now that if...
I just heard about this yesterday. Glad to see Speilberg is still involved. Don't know who Chris Pratt is, but if he is the yummy guy in the trailer, that will certainly add to the movie :)
I've seen ads for Jefferson Coin Shop, but I've never been there, so sorry not much help.
Yep, one happy horse :)
We have a gray pony whose favorite trick is to see me coming in the morning, lie down have a good roll and then shake like a dog when I get close!
She was always one of my favorite posters. Such a kind and gentle soul. I will miss her.
Well, I have gotten to the age that I don't care what advertisers tell me. In my teens, not so much. All I wanted to do was fit in and be attractive--neither of which I achieved. I have problems...
Well, I have never been particularly impressed by the quality of VS products anyway, so I didn't notice the ads, but I did see the story about the change in promotion.
I am tired of our young...
I just have a dumb question. Why did you sell your horse then?
On my list, but I haven't seen it yet.
Just saw one that my co-worker posted with the title of why you shouldn't blanket or groom in the winter.
I personally think a lot of it comes down to knowing your horse and doing what works best...
My old gelding is about as brave as they come. He will look at things but they generally don't scare him, except little dogs on leashes. When we would see them at shows, he would spin and scoot. ...
The mare would have been moved to solo turnout. My daughter's horse has to be on solo turnout because she is very aggressive, and she will be solo forever for that reason.
We just had a boarder...
Alex, I work for an attorney who works in the foster care system. It is a long hard road. Congratulations to you and your family :)
Never watched it. I couldn't quite grasp the appeal.
I hate change. Although logically I know that change is good, I still hate it and fight it.
Having said that I realize I have been in a comfortable rut too long. I have been working at the same...
Saw it this morning while bringing in horses. It was so beautiful--one of the few times I wish I had a fancy phone so I could have taken a picture.
You clearly have had nothing but your horse's best interest at heart. I think that in itself makes you want to blame yourself when you most definitely shouldn't.
This falls under the category...
Yep, Budweiser's ad agency knocked it out of the park again.