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Posted: 08-Oct-2002, 04:03 PM
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Happy belated birthday horsey.. how was the lord of the dance? u liked it?


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  Posted: 10-Oct-2002, 03:21 PM
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:) Oh Aon! We missed you, but we knew you could not stay away long. *he he* Then you would fill us in, with all the details, on why you were out.
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Posted: 10-Oct-2002, 07:15 PM
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Happy belated birthday horsey.. how was the lord of the dance? u liked it?


Somehow nowbody has noticed me missing.... ::bluecry

I was caught in work ::bluegrab

But now I'm back! ::evilsmile

Hey Aon!

Awww...Aon, yes I was wondering where you have been!

I actually have not been on too much - now on Tueday and Thursday nites I am in Web Technology class from 6-10 then every other sat from 9-5...argh!

Please tell us where you have been! :)


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Posted: 11-Oct-2002, 07:49 PM
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Lord of the dance was GREAT!! I liked it alot! There was so much noise and the sound of the shoes when they were dancing was so unbelievable!!!! I LOVED it!! When you watched them it was sorta like it was addictable to watch them , you couldn't take your eyes off of them dancing!! My favorite part was when they all came out in Army pants and another dancer as the "Sargent" came out and ordered them to dance. Just like when a sargent would make them March. Gotta gallop! Bye bye now!


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  Posted: 11-Oct-2002, 07:52 PM
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Hey! anyone have any pictures of there horses they can show me? Maybe I can get a picture of mombo on too!  Gotta go ! Bye!  :-0
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Posted: 12-Oct-2002, 08:24 PM
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I'm glad you enjoyed yourself, Highland Lassie! I absolutely love dancing. I'm sure that was a site to see, all those feet going at one time. Did your Grandmother and uncle enjoy it?

Is Mombo doing ok? Maggie is loving this cooler weather and she has been a little sassy lately. I guess she was getting a little bored so she decided to go and visit a few of the neighbors. Needless to say, we sent her to her own pasture and shut the gate. It was quite funny though, my husband would get just about close enough to get her by her halter and she would take off! Anyway she has calmed down again, but you never know what she might be like tomorrow! :D

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Highland Lassie 
Posted: 13-Oct-2002, 08:04 PM
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My grandmother and uncle loved it too! Mombo is doing great! I wish i could own him though.  :(    I got a riding helmet! I got a velvet traditnional helmet with a helmet cover that has horses with blankets on them. Do u wear a riding helmet wen u ride maggie? maggie seems like she has had a bit of extra energy hehe. All horses  have off days though. gotta run byes! ::lol
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Posted: 22-Oct-2002, 09:40 AM
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Did seeing Lord of the dance, inspire your dancing any?  Have you talked to your teacher, on ony steps you saw, that you want to learn?
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Posted: 23-Oct-2002, 06:38 PM
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Yes , it did inspire my danceing. Although , Its not the type of dancing i do. It was Irish dancing and I do Scottish. I really liked it and want to learn Irish danceing some day.
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Posted: 24-Oct-2002, 07:41 AM
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So, like they aren't any thing alike? None of their steps could jazz up your solo interpative number. Bummer
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Posted: 24-Oct-2002, 07:09 PM
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Well recently , I have been learning a new dance called the Irish Jig. I like it alot with all the banging of the tap shoes. My dance teacher said the purpose of the dance was when a lady back then was mad when her husband didn't come home on time. I dont know if any one here has seen the irish Jig but if you did You would understand what I mean. I cant explain it that well I just know how it goes. ;)
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:D My third year of brownies, we chose Irland as our country for international day. We looked real cute in our green skirts, doing the jig. Wish we could have had taps, but something about the school not letting us on the gym floor.
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