barrelracer17

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    Grey Street
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    Horses, rodeo, dancing....
  1. R.i.p Earney

    Some of you may remember Earney.....he was the horse I had when I posted on HC long, long ago. He passed away a couple days ago. My dad rode him when he was younger, sold him, and we bought him back as a 19 year old. When he was 27 years old, we sold him to a kid who rode him and excelled on him in the roping and goat tying events. He won the Little Britches National Finals rodeo two times in a row in the breakaway roping. He took good care of him. A few weeks ago, he really started to show his age and they had a hard time keeping weight on but he was still full of piss and vinegar when turned out in the field. But I guess last week the kid could tell he was tired when he didn't practically run him over when being turned out, and made the decision to put him down. He was 31 years young. He taught me how to rope; the whole family rode him. He worked awesome on the grass at the Pendleton Roundup pro rodeo; one year, 8 guys made it back to the short go on him. From Junior rodeo, to pro rodeo, he was all business. He'll be missed.
  2. It's So Dead!1!

    I remember when this place was hoppin'. There was drama left and right but it was awesome. My theory is that Facebook took over. Haha. I miss the good 'ol days!
  3. Who Here Is Old?

    23 now. This board is SOOOO slow compared to what it used to be....oh man..... I would love to talk to Sharon again and see how she is doing. As well as HalfPassGal...
  4. Face Moisturizer?

    MAC Studio Moisture. Still kinda expensive....but it works. Cleared up some of what seemed to be permanent dry skin around my dimple area. My skin has never looked better since I started using it.
  5. Mascara

    This is the one I use as well. It separates well. I also use the bright pink Mabelline one.
  6. Who Here Is Old?

    Me. 23 now. Been here since I was.....13. Dear God.
  7. Face Moisturizer?

    ST. IVES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I use St. Ives, Intensive Healing. It's has the RED label. I was SUPER worried that it would clog my pores and make me break out, but it didn't! I feels really light and WILL moisturize. My face looks like an ashtray in the winter and it helped turn that around when my Proactiv wasn't doing the trick!!! And it's cheaper than the department store stuff. I purchased the Clinique knockoff of Proactiv.....it made my skin worse. I went back to just using Proactiv face wash and St. Ives lotion and my face has never looked better. Aveeno still works better for moisturizing, but not on the face. Hands only. I've been around the block when it comes to dry hands and face......try St. Ives. I'm trying to find something with SPF in it now because I'm outside ALOT in the sun and need protection! Especially as a redhead.
  8. Lots Of Changes!

    Gosh Sage was gorgeous. My favorite colored paint...and I don't like paints that much! But she was SOMETHING to look at..... Thanks for updating! Good to hear from you. You've accomplished alot---great job!!!!
  9. The Official Workout Thread

    I did the Insanity workout.....with Shaun T. If you are looking for cardio.....this is your workout!!! It is HARD! It kicked my butt, left me feeling like I wanted to die---but I did it. I completed 6 weeks of it before my knee started hurting really bad for no reason. It's finally healed up and I might start it over again. Not a whole lot of motivation over here though........ But yeah, it's hard. But effective. It works your WHOLE body. And the entire workout (warm up, workout, cool down) only takes 45 minutes and you can do it in your own home. Otherwise I just rollerblade up and down the beach boardwalk where I live now.
  10. Let The Planning Begin

    Not engaged. Not married. But practically. My colors will be purple and orange. Outdoor wedding. Heels for wedding, boots for reception. Not totally western-y but hints of it here and there. Still debating on going to Vegas and just getting hitched there and having a reception after the honeymoon......not really one to be the center of attention. DID go try and rings though. It was too much. Too real. Too scary. But at least I know what style I like. ;)
  11. Hello Oldies!

    I don't remember Doron? I do remember Sharon from Ireland though. I wish she would come back and update. Who was the one with Perry the big sorrel? And the older white Arabian? Always had good pictures?? Was it Curmudgeon?
  12. What Are You Getting Your Mom For Christmas?

    I'm getting mine a flat iron since she always uses mine when I visit.....and probably a new skillet or saucepan that she's been eying. The ones she has are seriously dated. And probably the latest Bill O'Reilly book.
  13. Hello Oldies!

    I would LOVE to talk to Amber again! (SnowCowgirl) or at least see what she's up to!! Anyone have her on FB?
  14. The Bionic Oscar Mayer Weiner Thread

    Videos missy!!!!!
  15. The "circle Of Trust" Pt. Ii

    I met Steve in THE most random way possible. Two years ago I was really into running. Running at night. I would work until around 11, go home, change, and then run around town with a friend. (Our town is relatively small and safe. My mother worries but all mothers worry. I stayed in well-lit, occupied areas.) I met up with a friend one night. We were about halfway done with our loop when we ran into 2 kids we went to school with; they were a year younger. So we stopped and chatted with them. All of the sudden, this drunk college kid is making a scene with this girl. They appeared to be "together" and they were fighting, but mostly in a joking way. Apparently some drama ensued at the bar and they were on their way home. One of our friends from school was like "hey, I know him, he buys me beer". (Of all things, LOL). So they eventually approach us and we start chatting. They say they are walking home and it's quite a ways so we offer to drive them. So we all hop in and take them to an apartment complex. Guy and other girl invite us up to play beerpong. My friend and I are all sweaty and gross and NOT cute but they convinced us. This guy didn't drink beer so we played with b!tch beer, vodka and koolaid and wine...needless to say even though we WON, I was pretty drunk. We started smoking out of the hooka when two other people came into the room. One of which was Steve. I was sitting on the end of the couch. He sat on the arm of the couch, beside me. I never really got a good look at him. I just remember him wearing a Marine workout shirt and his big shoulders and that he was tall. He was like "So, you run?" And I was like "yeah". And then he was like, "We should go running sometime. What's your number?" I gave it to him. And that was pretty much it. Friend and I left after that and walked back. We only lived 2 blocks away. We went running a couple of times...this was right before Labor Day. We met up after I went to the Dave concert and hung out. Then we had a fling but then after a while he sat me down and said "we weren't compatible". So off I went. I hung out with this other kid for a couple of months, meanwhile he did a long distance dating thing. BUT, then my laptop broke and I knew he was a nerd so he helped me fix it. We watched a movie and hung out more. He ended things with his GF, and I stopped seeing my friend and then we were basically acting exclusive so we officially started dating January 31st. The end. =D It'll be 2 years this January. Feels like forever. LOL. I don't know if that's a good thing or a bad thing. =P We are completely opposite. I'm a country girl; he's a city kid. I'm all....normal and he was all punk. He was a rebel, and I just followed the rules. He has tattoos, he smoked....he just wasn't what I EVER pictured myself with. But we're perfect. We are SO **** COMPATIBLE that it's not even funny. I give him crap for having said that to me ALL the time. He just said it because he wasn't sure what I wanted or what. We get along great.