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  • Left Canter Pirouette by DeAnn Melton 11/30/2013 8:49:21 AM
    Maxx was able to do a large canter pirouette on the left lead! This is exciting because it means he has gained the strength back and his left hind leg can handle it. When the pirouette was attempted previously he would stop....he couldn't do it. Now ... more

  • After the Rain by DeAnn Melton 11/25/2013 4:39:20 PM
    Often Mondays are the perfect day for me to ride Maxx since Ellen is busy with classes. I turned him out thinking he would be wild after all the rain (safety first!), but he rolled, stood up, and looked at me. I kept waiting for him to be spirited. I... more

  • Fun Time For All Us Youngsters by Will Clark 11/25/2013 3:52:35 AM
    WHATEVER HAPPENED TO HICKORY, DICKORY, AND DOCK?... more

  • Still Raining by DeAnn Melton 11/23/2013 2:05:30 PM
    It has rained all day yesterday, last night, and today. Wonderful for the desert, but hard on horses that want out of their stalls. It is too wet to ride in the arenas. I put Maxx out in the one turnout acceptable and he stood on top of the ... more

  • Getting Better by DeAnn Melton 11/20/2013 4:36:26 PM
    I watched Pat train Maxx today. My schedule and the availability of a car (college student) has been so busy I haven't watched his training. Beautiful!!! Maxx looked superb. He is reaching more with his front legs and lifting higher. Pa... more

  • Reflections on teaching writing... by Annette V Hart 11/19/2013 2:22:51 PM
    I have been teaching various elements of creative writing and it's made me doubt my own writing: have I done this right or that 'properly.' I just have to remember that what is considered 'right' changes over time - even the rules of grammar change.... more

  • Holiday children's stories by Hank J. LeGrand 11/18/2013 3:18:37 PM
    My three holiday stories are in eBook form. The titles are LITTLE MOE'S CHRISTMAS, TOBOGGAN WAX and my newest title is, SANTA'S MERRY, MARY CHRISTMAS.... more

  • Would you like to follow me? by D.L. Carroll 11/17/2013 10:34:36 PM
    A picture is worth a thousand words!... more

  • The Ballistics just don't jive with JFKs Wounds by David Ravenwood 11/16/2013 1:00:21 PM
    Many people believe Oswald alone killed President Kennedy. They point to several facts: Oswald was the only employee who left the school book depository after the shooting, he was seen shooting Officer Tippet, finger prints were found on the rifle an... more

  • Now that is a great idea! by D.L. Carroll 11/6/2013 6:48:48 PM
    Holiday list idea...... more

  • New Cover Release by D.L. Carroll 11/1/2013 2:11:34 PM
    Sir Licksalot & The Arctic Fools... more

  • Not Yet by DeAnn Melton 10/31/2013 5:57:34 PM
    Pat told us yesterday that Maxx isn't ready to compete in the November dressage show. He can do the canter pirouette to the right, but doesn't have the strength and comfort to do a canter pirouette to the left. From my understanding he stops, hops ar... more

  • Dad gets his 15 minutes of fame by David Ravenwood 10/26/2013 6:38:03 AM
    Several people think the video of a six-year-old girl's dad imitating her tantrum is funny. I think it's sad. All that time and energy spent on the video could instead go toward training the daughter how to behave. Many people say all kids throw tant... more

  • Time Clicking Away by DeAnn Melton 10/22/2013 11:06:58 AM
    There is a dressage show in late November. The entries are due the 25th of this month. We asked if Ellen & Maxx can be a late entry and what the last possible moment of an entry would be....the week of November 11th. Can he make the moves without str... more

  • A Few Good Leaders by David Ravenwood 10/20/2013 12:09:20 PM
    I relearned a startling fact while rereading part of Sam Walton's biography. He constantly worked to improve by learning from other people. He would ask what he was doing wrong, even when no one had said he'd made a mistake. He applied all he learned... more

  • Bringing Maxx Back by DeAnn Melton 10/16/2013 2:17:08 PM
    We are trying to bring Maxx back to his level of training before all this summer misery hit. Today Pat trained him and said that she couldn't feel any difference between the two hind legs SOOOO he is doing well! My standing joke is now he needs an ai... more

  • Dallas, Texas ISD Leadership by David Ravenwood 10/13/2013 5:47:12 PM
    A teacher was let go a few years ago because a parent complained about the statues their child saw on a field trip. The teacher had asked permission from the principal to take them there. Permission was given. This could have ruined her career. But a... more

  • BibliSketch by Kevin Willms 10/6/2013 12:57:01 PM
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  • Dishonoring World War II Vets by David Ravenwood 10/4/2013 9:59:51 AM
    How disappointing it was to see a group of World War II vets go to the memorial in Washington for the war they won and see the yellow tape keeping them out. They risked their lives for us, a great generation of Americans who paid a fantastic price fo... more

  • Shows by DeAnn Melton 10/3/2013 10:54:11 AM
    There are shows coming up. One in Scottsdale the first weekend in November which Maxx won't go to. Then another three weeks later in Tucson that might be a possibility. There is time to see if he is ready. What seems unlikely today might be ... more

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