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Old 07-07-2013, 12:07 PM
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Hugs, I wish I was closer, I would do the ckeaningso you would nothave to. Hugs
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Old 07-07-2013, 12:44 PM
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I wish we were closer so there was more we could do to help.
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Old 07-07-2013, 01:21 PM
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Another morning started in tears, an escape from this disgusting and broken house, return only lends itself to tears and crashing onto the floor. This cannot be happening.

Thank you all, I want to leave, I want to get to Alaska, I want to hide, but I can barely be here to clean up and pack. I keep finding blood we missed.

It's so quiet here.
I am so sorry for what you are going through, I have tears in my eyes as I remember the pain when I had to clean Izze's blood off the back seat of my truck after I rushed her to the vet ... Thank god for leather seats or I don't think I could have lived with a blood stain as a constant reminder .

At least you are moving far far away & can start Anew (I hope),it is said that god never gives us more then we can handle ... But, that doesn't make hard/bad times suck any less.

My vent for today: one of our grooms didn't show up to run the horses in his care last nigh & didn't show up this morning so we are a man down, my good good pony horse has an old tendon injury that has decided to flare up, & one of the horses kicked me in the leg this morning! Thank god he was only kicking at a horse fly or else he would have prolly broken my leg.

What's with all the bad luck lately?
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Old 07-07-2013, 01:25 PM
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I am honestly still reeling from what happened to Adrianne and her boys. I cannot even begin to imagine how she feels.

Some people can barely remember to bring their dogs in from the yard on a cold night, and their dogs will live to ripe old ages. I know that life isn't fair and that's just not how things work, but I'm struggling to understand why someone so good can do everything right and still suffer something so awful.

I really wish there were better words than "I'm so sorry."
Emily, you are so right. A member on the horse forum I go on lost her mare, whom they had for twenty three years, during the delivery and there was nothing they could do... as c-sections are difficult with horses and the vet wouldn't have had time. As I told that person, the worst things happen to those with the best intentions.

Still in such shock over this... I always loved seeing new Back Up videos and pictures, as he seemed to always have a smile on his face.

I am still in shock as well.
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Old 07-07-2013, 01:32 PM
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Wish I could reach through the screen and give you guys a big old hug. Y'all have been on my mind a lot the past two days.
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Old 07-07-2013, 01:39 PM
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*Hugs* I tear up with every picture of Backup & Arnold being shared on FB.


In other news....Almost came to blows with my husband and his mother over their narrow (and different) opinions on things I care deeply about yesterday. Glad my MIL left for Ohio this morning, unfortunately the husband is still here.
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Old 07-07-2013, 02:08 PM
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Its not a big vent, but here is the only place I can say it. My best friend is starting to bug me. All I hear about is how she is tired of working every weekend. Because she is scheduled to come in an extra day. I keep telling her she is talking to the wrong person, cause I work every weekend. I don't get 2 of the 3 days off. And I only get to spend 1 day every 2 weeks with my husband if I am lucky.
And on a side note Peewee didn't eat again last night. I'm **** tired of the fireworks going off.
Time to go to work again.
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Old 07-07-2013, 02:10 PM
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Oh Adrianne, I wish I could take this all away. I'm so sorry. Every time I see you post I want to just wrap my arms around you. They were such good boys.
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Old 07-07-2013, 02:45 PM
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I am honestly still reeling from what happened to Adrianne and her boys. I cannot even begin to imagine how she feels.

Some people can barely remember to bring their dogs in from the yard on a cold night, and their dogs will live to ripe old ages. I know that life isn't fair and that's just not how things work, but I'm struggling to understand why someone so good can do everything right and still suffer something so awful.

I really wish there were better words than "I'm so sorry."
This, really. I have no words for how sorry I am. Those two touched so many peoples lives, and it's sent a huge ripple through every dog community and then some.

As long as they are remembered, those who have died never truly leave us.
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Old 07-07-2013, 04:43 PM
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Adrianne, I can't tell you how much it saddened me to hear what happened. I know there's not much I can do for you, but I'm keeping you guys in my thoughts.




And my small vent of the day, When taking a break from jogging at the water station along the trail. David dropped Talon's leash on accident just when a bike came around the corner and the herder bratt decided to run for it. He went to sniff the wheel but instead it burned his nose and he reeled around just to hit his butt against the wheel pretty hard. Luckily the guy on the bike stayed upright, I yelled profuse apologize as they zoomed by (not that they cared about my apologies I'm sure) and Talon was ok. Scared him a bit, terrified me, and the entire time coming home all he wanted to do was eat the bikes >_< Now we have a new thing to work on. gargh
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