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Jingles and prayers for Tamara in TN--3 yrs & happy update post 1103 pg 56

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  • Originally posted by ChocoMare View Post
    Herein lies the difference between "religion" and relationship. Tamara is living out her Relationship before our eyes.
    Absolutely -we can all learn by her example. And Calvin's.
    Brothers and sisters, I bid you beware
    Of giving your heart to a dog to tear.
    -Rudyard Kipling

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    • Originally posted by JSwan View Post
      Absolutely -we can all learn by her example. And Calvin's.
      Before our eyes we are seeing GOD's grace at work. That is empowering.

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      • Originally posted by ChocoMare View Post
        Herein lies the difference between "religion" and relationship. Tamara is living out her Relationship before our eyes.

        Stand firm upon The Rock, dear Tamara,
        I have only just logged onto COTH to find this after a few days' absence, but I will third this.

        Tamara, count me in as one of the COTHers that is truly inspired by you and your relationship with Calvin. I am so glad to hear you have such support around you. You have no idea how many people you and Calvin have touched. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

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        • I am deeply grieved to learn of your tragic loss. I am so very sorry. I am at an utter loss for words.
          Don't tell me about what you can't do. That's boring. Show me what you can do. - Mom

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          • I wanted to add my condolences, Tamara you're such a wonderful & giving woman, I am so sorry this happened to your family.
            "For some people it's not enough to just be a horse's bum, you have to be sea biscuit's bum" -anon.
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            • My deepest sympathies on your tragic loss, Tamara. You are in the thoughts and prayers of many COTHers.
              Riding a horse is not a gentle hobby, to be picked up and laid down like a game of solitaire. It is a grand passion.... ~ Emerson

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              • Simply no words.....

                May your memories give you comfort for the rest of your days.

                Kristie
                "Concern for animals is a matter of taking the side of the weak against the strong, something the best people have always done." Harriet Beecher Stowe 1811-1896

                Ponies are cool!

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                • Tamara, I have always read your posts with interest...sensing that you were a special sort...Now I know it to be true.

                  You have recolored my world when it was most needed.
                  God is with you my earthly companion...thank you.

                  Your posts have been nothing more than amazing to all of us....

                  My Love to you, and your children.
                  "My treasures do not sparkle or glitter, they shine in the sunlight and nicker to me in the night"

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                  • I heard this poem as a memorial. My niece had recently lost her husband and this poem truly touched me. I hope it is appropriate:

                    Tis a Fearful Thing

                    It is a fearful thing
                    to love what death can touch.

                    A fearful thing
                    to love, hope, dream:

                    to be--

                    to be,
                    And! to lose.

                    A thing for fools, this,

                    and
                    a holy thing,

                    a holy thing
                    to love.

                    For your life has lived in me,
                    your laugh once lifted me,
                    your word was gift to me.

                    To remember this brings painful joy.

                    'Tis a human thing, love,
                    a holy thing,
                    to love
                    what death has touched.

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                    • Originally posted by birdsong View Post
                      Tamara, I have always read your posts with interest...sensing that you were a special sort...Now I know it to be true.

                      You have recolored my world when it was most needed.
                      God is with you my earthly companion...thank you.

                      Your posts have been nothing more than amazing to all of us....

                      My Love to you, and your children.
                      this is an amazing and touching post. tamara recolored your world, there is no greater gift than the ability to help when in need. tamara and her family have lost and gained in a way we cannot completely grasp, what we do know is she has exemplified what lies in all of us and should come forth more often and be seen. there is an angel in our midst God saw fit to show us...may we all demonstrate her courage and strength in the days ahead when she will need us more than now.
                      Bethe Mounce
                      Head Trainer, AmeriCan Romance Equestrian
                      https://www.facebook.com/AmericanRomanceEquestrian
                      Brentwood CA

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                      • --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        hello all

                        well.

                        it appears these memorial fund/scholarships are fiddly things and must be done a certain specific way.Of course, as if it were easy, my lawyers would starve to death ;>

                        in any event please watch for the news in the future of it. People have asked if it is for my children in specific,that answer is no.

                        My hope is that childen who want to farm the way he did, can learn how the proper way the first time around and shed the "Daddy done it that'a way" nonsense that has killed so many aspirations of so many kids.

                        I read this every morning and then I go about my day.
                        Thank you all

                        Tamara
                        Production Acres,Pro A Welsh Cobs
                        I am one of the last 210,000 remaining full time farmers in America.We feed the others.

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                        • tamara

                          you know my feelings already, just like to add
                          inspiration comes from those that are strongest in mind and body

                          and little things seem so trival how life can change in an instance

                          and how we all percieve it as such when it does, we and i know this as fact now looking at what we have already and more in depth becuase of whats happened to yourself

                          life has a funny way of egaging the most from it, and encouraging those left to learn by what it has to offer

                          funny how i have looked at myself more so than i ever did before

                          inspiration is strenght that one posescess and is given to another

                          I thank calvin and yourself for that extra gift

                          xx

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                          • Tamara - Been away for awhile. So sorry to read of your loss.

                            Just returned to riding/owning this past year. And in April moved my horse to a new barn, a little bit farther away. Although I live in the country, and own a bit of acreage, the drive every day to the barn fills me with joy, as I've found a new part of our area full of beautifully tended hay and corn. And greatly appreciate every day what it takes to create it, and what it means to others.

                            Will be keeping you and your family in my thoughts this week, and for some time to come, as I drive by, and ride through the hay fields near home.
                            But he thought, "This procession has got to go on." So he walked more proudly than ever, as his noblemen held high the train that wasn't there at all. H.C.Anderson

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                            • I only just saw this... I'm so very very sorry, Tamara. My thoughts are with you .
                              Against My Better Judgement: A blog about my new FLF OTTB
                              Do not buy a Volkswagen. I did and I regret it.
                              VW sucks.

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                              • Tamara;

                                This is MrOnthebit. Please know that Onthebit and I are thinking and praying for all of you each night and each day of this nightmare. I am deeply, profoundly sorry that an event like this had to happen at all, and I am even sorrier that it had to happen to you.

                                Best;

                                Jason

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                                • God bless you and keep you and your children.

                                  I will be holding you all up in prayer tomorrow throughout Calvin's service, continually. And as often as God brings you to mind in the days to come.

                                  I am so very sorry.
                                  "And now," cried Max, "let the wild rumpus start!"

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                                  • I don't know if this has been linked yet, but here it is:

                                    http://www.schubertfuneralhome.com/o...oward-94288389

                                    G.
                                    Mangalarga Marchador: Uma Raça, Uma Paixão

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                                    • Thinking of you and yours tomorrow. Godspeed.
                                      McDowell Racing Stables

                                      Home Away From Home

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                                      • Praying for you right now. Nights are the hardest.
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                                        • I hope that you find the support and love you need tomorrow during the services. Celebrate a wonderful man who lived a full life.
                                          The best sports bras for riders are Anita 5527 and Panache! Size UP in Anita, down in Panache (UK sizing)

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