About horses and horse ownership by two women who own horses and live in the midwest of the United States.
Beautiful pumpkins !Happy Halloween to you !
Great pumpkins! Did you carve them yourselves.
Thanks, LOL, They're fakes! Too lazy to carve this year, No kids around to make it fun!
I think I'm too lazy to carve our, I mean Limo's pumpkin too, besides it's really too late now!
Hi Callie, just popped over here to say thanks for your kind words on my blog the other day. I get down in the dumps sometimes and miss my family like a lot of folks do. But, I have to say, you dear one have lost so many. I am so sorry and I can't even imagine the pain and sense of loss you have endured. Bless your heart and I am thankful for your wonderful hubby and kiddos and critters too! Keep them close and enjoy each day as much as you can!!p.s. just read your post about your horse being cinchy - I read the advice from everybody and you might have your vet check one other area. It's very common for horses to act like that, even go down in the front when they have a sore back. Very common. The most common cause of sore backs is an ill-fitting saddle, but there are other causes as well. It's just a quick check from a good vet and you'll know.
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