Yeah. When you want incredibly tiny horses -- we produce.
We're all about results, here.
HERE'S THE LINK TO INCREDIBLY TINY HORSE.
This is a topic I have struggled with, not in the sense of addiction personally, but what is right. I think that article was right on by saying that the rule isn't clear, but our relationship is. I really think that with my kids around, drinking is something I need to avoid. Deep down, I don't want my kids to get the idea that this isn't something that is good for them. It doesn't mean, I can't ever have a glass of wine or add some to the chicken I am cooking, but that as a teacher (of my children) I need to live up to that standard.
August 20, 2009 at 03:46 PM
I recently visited someone in Kansas with both a dwarf and a mini horse. one was 2 ft tall, one was 3ft.
August 24, 2009 at 01:03 PM
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Brant Hansen hosts the radio show Mornings with Brant.