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I quit smoking a year before I retired. Been retired a little over a year, and put on a few extra pounds. Got this little girl 5 months after I retired. Would like to be able to get on her when it is time to break her to ride, without breaking her back. Not to mention being able to get my foot up into the stirrup. I NEED HELP!!
I quit smoking a year before I retired. Been retired a little over a year, and put on a few extra pounds. Got this little girl 5 months after I retired. Would like to be able to get on her when it is time to break her to ride, without breaking her back. Not to mention being able to get my foot up into the stirrup. I NEED HELP!!




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TXGRANDMA
10/19/2014 1:54:51 PM

It was a really nice wedding. They held it at a wooded park down by Lake Whitney, under the trees. Lots of people there brought their horses to ride on the ride after the wedding. The groom was dressed in a cowboy hat, boots, spurs, western dress shirt and jeans. The bride was dressed in jeans and boots, her hair braided up with flowers in it, brown blouse and wearing one of those lacy, crocheted long vests over her shirt. The chairs were set up out under the trees with an aisle up the middle, and sawdust down the aisle and on the "altar" which was defined with bales of hay. Cowboy boots all over the place with artificial flowers in them! They had a couple of RV's there, the groom's family had one and the bride's family had the other one, along with several tents where the youngsters stayed.

Amy and Greg (bride and groom) both had been married before. Amy was our longtime neighbor when we lived in Cleburne at the house we just sold. She has always had a bunch of horses and still does. Greg used to live in Fort Worth but moved in with Amy and sold his house some time ago. Glad that they finally decided to marry, they are good together, both of them love the horses and riding. emoticon



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TXGRANDMA
10/16/2014 9:13:57 AM

Hi! Yes, this Ebola thing is really scary. They are saying before she flew, she called the CDC and told them all the facts and that she had a low grade fever, and they told her it would be OK.to fly!! Unbelievable!!



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TUFFYBIRD
10/6/2014 8:47:30 AM

Thanks for popping by my blog. If the car is fixable (we still haven't heard back from the insurance adjuster) then all it will cost us is the $500 deductible. If they write it off we'll get a pay-out but it's doubtful it will be enough to completely pay for another vehicle. The only thing we can do is wait and see.

We do have a 2015 replacement car to drive in the meantime; it's pretty nice!



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LINDAKAY228
10/4/2014 9:46:30 AM

Thanks for comments on my friend feeds and for being glad I'm safe. Arlington, TX it seems was hit worse than some other places in the metroplex but a lot were hit pretty bad. Yesterday I saw that part of the fence between our apartments and the private properties on the other side were down in two large sections. Couldn't see that from my apartment. These were high wood privacy fences blown down. An apparantely from the news that happened in a lot of other places and large trees and power lines blown down. Major clean up. The room of a dorm for women on the Baptist University was completely blown off and down into parking lot and a brick building in downtown Fort Worth was blown down and several blocks there are closed until they can clean it all up, which they are working on. I saw on the news that trees fell on roofs of houses and lots of other damage. It was quite a storm although it lasted less than 2 hours altogether and the winds were a whole lot shorter than that. I think they only blew here so hard about 10 or 15 minutes but the heavy rain was longer. Glad it's over and beautiful weather now although it should climb back to low 90's by midweek. Today high is 79 and I am loving that! Hope where you are it is safe and nice. Thanks for being my friend. Have a great day!



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TXGRANDMA
10/3/2014 9:16:41 PM

Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my blog, Chris. We finished the kitchen but not much else, yet. The living area still must be finished and the floors put down. Also, drywall needs to go up in the spare bedroom. We dropped everything to go and help a friend fix his home, that was destroyed by renters. We are nearly done fixing it so that he can sell it. We started on it July 22 and since then, our house has been waiting. Need to go back and get started on it as soon as we are totally finished with this other place. The RV has really become home to us! We are still in Glen Rose at the park for a bit longer!



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