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Thread: My pony came!

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    A girl I work with got this as an early christmas present she absolutly LOVES it!

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    Yes, he is a keeper!!

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    I've known he was a keeper all my life. We met when we were 13. When I was 15, he told me he wanted to marry me or someone just like me. We went our separate ways but finally reunited 25 years later. Never letting him go, pony or no pony.
    Sharon from Winchester

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    i got my pony one year, a 2000 ford mustang gt convertible! now i need a new sewing machine. do you think a girl is entitled to 2 ponies? man, i hope so!! enjoy your new pony! yeehaww!!
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    Just remember to clean up after the pony.... Have fun

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    and you dont have to feed it or clean up after it !!! Very happy for you!

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    Lucky you! But I'll bet that little cutie in the photo would rather have the pony. ;o)
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    What a wonderful, thoughtful boyfriend. He sure is a keeper. When's the wedding??? LOL

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    Cute story, a wonderful gift.
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    Sounds like it's time to saddle her up and ride off into the sunset! Have a great trip.
    KEEP CALM and CARRY ON!!

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    just so you know...your Singer might appear to be cheaper and easier to care for than a pony, but that is not so! Your Singer will require tons of toys to keep her happy, regular exercise daily to keep her happy, and weekly grooming to keep her healthy!
    ENJOY!

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    yippee kiyaaaa!!!! Keep hold of that BF, he is definitely a keeper. ;-)

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    Congrats!!! Learn well & have LOTS of fun with it!!

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    you are so lucky>
    Wow what a great gift. Can you send him here. lol
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    I say "keep him" too. I know you cait wait to take your new pony out for a trot. Be sure to post pictures when you cross the finish line on your first time out!!
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    Much better than a pony...although your garden may have benefited from the manure....
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    What an amazing present. Sounds like you have a really thoughtful boyfriend there.

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    and it eats a lot less than a pony! LOL

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    That is awesome!!! He's a keeper!!!
    enjoy your life...it's the only one you have!!!
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    I love the imagination involved in this gift.

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    I sure would keep him !!!!!!! Great gift!!
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    Great pony!!

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    To me that's definitely better than a pony and I have heard great things about that Singer model. Oh, by the way, take it from someone who has been married almost 43 years to someone not nearly as thoughtful, you keep that guy and keep him close, he's definitely a keeper

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    Quote Originally Posted by dinlauren View Post
    What a wonderful, thoughtful boyfriend. He sure is a keeper. When's the wedding??? LOL
    HA! That's what I keep asking! LOL
    Sharon from Winchester

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink's Mom View Post
    Much better than a pony...although your garden may have benefited from the manure....
    I have composting worms. I'll be okay without horse manure LOL
    Sharon from Winchester

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