Sunday, June 15, 2008

A Begining


In the interest of expanding our ya-ya sisterhood, I am jumping into blog-land with both feet and with my eyes closed. I want to have a place to commune and communicate about our horses and our riding hopes. Also, lets post a few pictures. Sound good? Lets go!

Ya-Ya's and friends - New Year's ride Dec. 30, 2007

10 comments:

  1. Those were the days!
    Wish it would stop raining so we can ride again!!
    Rita

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  2. Great idea Cathy!! This is the third time I've typed this - hope it works this time. Love the photo of Diez in her decorative headband. Such an easy-going ride unless there's water. She would NOT LIKE the water in Iowa at the moment!!! We're high and dry though. Miss you all!! Cindy

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  3. Yep, I'm ready for a little less rain. Not drought, mind you, just a little less rain. Will be time to cut hay in 2-3 weeks. Oh, and Shiloh needs to stop hurting himself. Snip's still the man!

    Carol

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  4. It looks cold there!!!!
    But anything is tolerable when you are on the back of a horse!!

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  5. How do you put photos on?
    Renee

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  6. Can't believe I spelled FRIESIAN wrong - and in my blog name!! Have no idea how to change it! Cindy

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  7. hmmm, I don't know if you can change your name. But you could try to edit your profile...

    To upload or post, you have to "register" on the blogger dashboard.

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  8. Cathy - not sure you want me on this blog or not, since I am the one who needs you (and TJ) for horse therapy! But I am enjoying looking at the pics and seeing all the fun that you have with friends. And if Mary Dawn has her way we will have to come up to OK soon anyway! - Dawn

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  10. I sure am hoping for those three mostly sunny days in the forecast! We've all but given up on working LB as he does not do well in the mud but I worked Lakota last night in all english gear with a German neck stretcher and all. He caught on immediately... too bad he's not dressagy... still it's good for him to learn.

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