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  • Mona's World - A Family Secret by Judith A Green 10/3/2013 9:23:53 AM
    NEW RELEASE!... more

  • Sir Licksalot & The Arctic Fools by D.L. Carroll 10/2/2013 6:17:28 AM
    Children's Chapter book... more

  • On the Move by DeAnn Melton 10/1/2013 10:30:03 AM
    I had a long conversation with a much respected vet. He said nothing can be done on his part about Maxx's left hind leg's swelling due to compromise of the lymphatic system. My job is to see that he is worked and his leg wrapped between exercise. b... more

  • How Precious will Water Get? by David Ravenwood 9/28/2013 12:54:27 PM
    We don't like the government telling us what to do. But I think we should go on permanent water restrictions. "But what about when we get enough rain to end the drought?" you ask. Here in the DFW area, we're getting rain right now. Because the ground... more

  • Children Helping Parents by David Ravenwood 9/23/2013 9:15:41 AM
    My 90 year-old mother-in-law has to have a a substance injected in her back to build up the space between two of her disks. They're rubbing together. Very painful. Her three grown children who live in town have dropped what they are doing to be with ... more

  • Saturday Check by DeAnn Melton 9/21/2013 12:37:07 PM
    Ellen said that Maxx was much better today. She can feel how he moves when she rides him and thought he was able to move easier. So far, they are briskly walking and doing light trot work...no canter until he has been exercised regularly. The wound l... more

  • Up Side by DeAnn Melton 9/18/2013 9:40:48 AM
    I unwrapped his leg this morning, removed the gauze and pad, and was excited to see that the wound is much smaller. He isn't tender to the touch either! Headway...Pat trained him yesterday. She said he didn't drag his leg and had a normal trot. br... more

  • It's Not in Obama's Closet by Will Clark 9/16/2013 3:42:05 AM
    I FOUND IT IN 'THE OLD WOMAN'S SHOE.'... more

  • ?? by DeAnn Melton 9/14/2013 7:53:06 AM
    Ellen went to the stable to ride Maxx this morning. I'm curious how much he can do since he was TOO energetic last night when I brought him in from the turnout. He was cantering around me in a tight circle. DANGEROUS!! I settled him down then put him... more

  • Free Children's Book Here at AD by Will Clark 9/12/2013 5:50:48 AM
    WISHING WELLS AND BROKEN TALES... more

  • Do we really need to spend another $280,000,000? by David Ravenwood 9/7/2013 1:48:21 PM
    We've spent $280,000,000 dollars for an unmanned flight to the moon. They want to study the moon's atmosphere and see if it changes over time. They also want to find out if the moon's dust levitates. Do we really need to spend $280M on that? Yes, sci... more

  • Third Book in Sir Licksalot Series by D.L. Carroll 9/3/2013 6:46:33 AM
    Getting closer to completing the illustrations for the third book in the Sir Licksalot series. Anticipating submitting it this month to the publisher. If your child, grandchild, niece, nephew or friend hasn't read the first two Sir Licksalo... more

  • Trial Run by DeAnn Melton 9/2/2013 1:03:33 PM
    Maxx has finished his antibiotics. Last time he finished we thought he was well on the mend. Then the swelling began again. Visually the wound or sore on the front of his leg looked great and I didn't detect a problem, but it was there. This time we ... more

  • "What are your exciting plans for Labor Day? by Sharon J LaValley 9/1/2013 5:28:52 PM
    This Labor Day, Fred and Hodges will be going to Mallard Lake. Fred will be going in his swimming gear, admiring his crush, Malla, from afar. Hodges will be fishing and keeping a close eye on his young, feathered friend, hoping to keep him out of tro... more

  • Getting rid of hatred before it kills us by David Ravenwood 9/1/2013 12:20:28 PM
    Ever want to knock someone's block off? I feel like that sometimes. Like many of us, I have been done wrong. Most often, the wrong doer has diminished me. They come first. They are important. I'm not. Oh, they don't use those words, but that's what t... more

  • Flare Up by DeAnn Melton 8/28/2013 1:50:27 PM
    I'm learning to roll with the punches more and more. Maxx wasn't quite on the mend after all. I called the vet last Sunday because "the leg" was starting to swell. Thankfully, we were able to follow directions and pick up antibiotics so there wouldn'... more

  • Now I know where all the tax money goes. by David Ravenwood 8/19/2013 2:53:08 PM
    The new superintendent of the Mansfield, Texas ISD is going to get $235,000 dollars a year, plus perks. Thats about $20,000 a month. Talk about winning the lottery. Oh sure, there's a lot more to that job than meets the eye. But should they get about... more

  • Steady by DeAnn Melton 8/18/2013 9:45:19 AM
    Ellen has been riding Maxx every day to strengthen him. So far, so good! He is steady except for some slight hesitation on one lead change to the canter. His right hind seems to have worked hard to support his left while his leg was swelling. The rig... more

  • Short Note by DeAnn Melton 8/15/2013 2:47:26 PM
    Ellen and Maxx had their first lesson today since his leg has healed. He did well. Pat told Ellen they wouldn't do any flying changes until she saw what he was capable of. Shoulder-ins and basic trot work, then some canter. Yeah!!!... more

  • "The Leg" by DeAnn Melton 8/10/2013 11:26:50 AM
    Ellen had a lesson on WOW today then rode Maxx for his light workout. The leg looks better than it has in months (I didn't know it had a problem early on). She said he is moving easier and was happy with the exercises they did. Pat said she... more

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