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  1. #51
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    Hi Kassie

    Good on you for being so brave and telling the truth.

    Apologies for my comment on your spelling. Bad spelling drives me nuts, but I'll make an exception in your case

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    Hey there Kassie.

    You probably won't be able to access anything like photobucket through your school computers.

    If you really want to post photos you can always email them to another member who can then post them for you.

    Let us know if that is ok and one of us can send you our email address.

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    gess what i have been put in to a equine stuies

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    That is great, Kassie!!!!!!

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    i know most of it is practal so the 2nd sem im going to take my horse to my class for a lesson on how to retrain your horse but my mum is going to ride myhorse she whant me to ride one of the school horses there it a good thing to my horse has alot of bad happets

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    In my honest opinion, if you are going to go to a riding school, you are better off riding your own horse so you both learn
    I don't like riding other horses when I had my own, as all horses are different and they have different gates (their walk, trot and canter feel different). It's best that you learn your own horses gate and you both learn together, this way both your and the horses confidence will grow as one.

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    my mum think it is safe are that way i a beginner sine that fall my mum is think in he got bad tament he kick my dad in the hip and he brock the bride

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    but i will try to get my mum to let me ride him

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    We do it the Danish way...eat Christmas dinner on 24th December and open the presents

    We stay at home, so we enjoy it with the dogs...after all it is their Christmas too

    Hi Dorte..

    we have 2 chrissie's,seeing as my oh has German x Italian heritage, we celebrate chrissie on 24th eve, dinner, mass & open some pressies from family, i still want my traditional Aussie chrissie for my kids on 25th, so that's when Santa comes & we celebrate Aussie style, bbq brekkie, lunch & dinner & stay at home so the kids can enjoy their pressies in peace

    Do any of the European heritage folks here still celebrate St Nickolas Day on 6th December?....we do, it's so much fun & the kids & adults luv the sweets & home baked goodies

    hooray for Aldi stores, i just buy the German sweets from them, saves me all that baking


    (my MIL always used to bake traditional German sweets, cakes, biccies for festive occasions etc, but now she is blind, she no longer bakes much anymore )
    Last edited by Aussie Floyd; 11-16-2009 at 10:52 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kassie jones View Post
    my mum think it is safe are that way i a beginner sine that fall my mum is think in he got bad tament he kick my dad in the hip and he brock the bride
    Quote Originally Posted by kassie jones View Post
    but i will try to get my mum to let me ride him
    I'm sure your mum knows best Maybe she can ride him for a while, get him out of his bad habbits, and you on another confident horse to build your confidence up.... but I do think, if this horse is going to be yours to ride, you both need to learn to be a team

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