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Friday, October 16, 2009


Actually for once I really can't think of much to write about. . .It could be attributed to the time of night/morning it is along with my Ambien kicking in, but I just wanted to check in and let everyone know I am having a great time visiting family in Idaho. I have not gotten sick or have any symptoms. . .. .wearing masks on airplanes must work~ I am missing my husband very much and I am already wishing we were together. Thank You once again to everyone or maybe just the few that read my blog, I enjoy thinking that in some small way I can improve your day or help in a small way. Those are just my few fleeting thoughts as my brain is now shutting down against it's will. I will be waking up early to go on a trail ride in the morning, so I am calling it a night~

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Jen said...

What the heck...You don't call, you don't visit...gosh...Just kidding! We will do lunch or something one of these days. Your pics of Pixeydust are dang cute! That is so exciting! See you soon.

Hanging out with the Riley's said...

good to hear to are having fun here.....I should know this if my life was falling down right when you came I love you so much thank you for all your support. I hope to see you more this week now that Darren is working the night shift yippy!

Cammi said...

I'm glad you are having a good time enjoying riding your horses! Have a great vacation!

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