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  1. #1
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    Default Mother Visits Daughter's Room and Finds This Going On

    "No matter how well you perform there's always somebody of intelligent opinion who thinks it's lousy." - Laurence Olivier


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    no film but I often would come home during the summer days to find daughter and her horse (14.1h) in the den watching movies... dearest daughter said it was too hot outside


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    Oh, this brings back old memories. My son, around 5, was caught by me bringing his 33" pony out the kitchen door. Not wanting to scold him too quickly, I asked where and why they had been. His answer, Pony Girl wanted to see his room and to see what A/C was like. It seems she did get stuck turning around in a long, narrow hallway. Ah, a boy and his pony.
    "There is no fundamental difference between man and animals in their ability to feel pleasure and pain, happiness, and misery." - Charles Darwin


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    I loved her remarks about worrying about if her daughter and pony could do a specific class. LOL


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    Yeah, the question is not if they COULD, but WHY they would WANT to?
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    I love that! I would have done that if I had a pony as a kid. I love the ribbons on the pony and how calm the pony was!
    My blog about buying back my first horse and regaining skills lost after 6 years of not riding.

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    Adorable! My family's favorite story is of the time my mother (as a child) got her pony stuck on the second floor and the firemen had to rescue him out the window because he would not go back down the stairs. My first was a 15.2 horse. Good thing he lived down the street, not in our yard!


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    my son's minie being used as a model... the high school kid's were tired of using a cat as the "animal" to photographed .... daughter is a teacher at the school, other teachers covered for her as she took the pony up to the third floor using all the handicap ramps (same daughter who as a five year old had her horse in the house)

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    That is precious. The pony went and looked for her.
    Wonder if anyone else noticed the pony a little "Windy" and that lovely carpet!



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    That pony is priceless!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Sannois View Post
    Wonder if anyone else noticed the pony a little "Windy" and that lovely carpet!
    I did notice the tail being lifted to let something flow freely, be it gas or something else. I was a tad worried!


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    that's hysterical.
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    OMG. Now I want a pony on the off chance this might happen in my house!! lol.



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    Quote Originally Posted by clanter View Post
    my son's minie being used as a model... the high school kid's were tired of using a cat as the "animal" to photographed .... daughter is a teacher at the school, other teachers covered for her as she took the pony up to the third floor using all the handicap ramps (same daughter who as a five year old had her horse in the house)

    http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b3...er/romeo11.jpg

    http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b3...ter/romeo9.jpg

    http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b3...ter/romeo6.jpg
    Love it! i would have loved having a teacher like your daughter. And what an adorable mini



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    I want a pony for my room!



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