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Date:8/19/2014 10:27:17 PM
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Raining again. Seems like if it does not rain, we begin to wonder where the rains are. The rains have become kind of like a family member that is always there, just hanging around every day, with nothing to do but hang around.

Fancy seems happy eating her grain from the water tub instead of the feeder hanging on the fence.

Gotta tell you what happened yesterday! Several weeks ago, before the Helmet Awareness Day, I received an email that I shared with my horsey friends. It was an invitation to enter a contest giving away riding helmets and ipads. I entered the contest, forgot all about it. Yesterday the mail carrier went by and I did not even check the mail box because I was too busy. Late in the evening, my husband came in from work with the mail. I saw a large white envelope and asked what he had. He told me he did not know because it was for me. Only my first name and address was on the envelope and I did not recognize the sender. I went out on the car porch and opened it. Peeked inside and saw the Helmet awareness title. I thought they were just sending some info on helmet awareness. It was a letter of congratulations for winning and a certificate to mail into the Troxel company to select my Troxel Intrepid, helmet size and color along with some other information. Last night I visited the Helmets4Riders website for more info. They had over 6500 contest entries and a list of winners posted. Then I visited the Troxel website to view helmet colors and I was supposed to find something on Facebook. I found their Facebook page, but I did not find whatever I was looking for regarding the contest.
I never had a helmet before. When I receive it, I can practice safe horsemanship instead of just preach to Cowboy about how safe it is to wear his helmet. And I noticed on photos from our horse club fun day June29, Cowboy only rode when he was demonstrating the games to the other children, but I was so nervous about hosting the event that he slipped by me without his helmet on “(

FANCY'S PERCEPTIONS, All I Need to Know in Life I Learned From My Horse: Act dumb when faced with a task you don't want to do.

LITTLE COWBOY CLASS/Phrase of the day: SUITS EVENTING: no brakes.

Have a lovely and peacefully blessed night ✞
Love from Fancy & Frances ♥
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