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Re: [RC] [RC] Dr. Qs Good Advice - Barbara McCrary

Lud and I did our courting on horseback, and here we are...56 years later.  I figure that a couple needs to have much in common and enjoy some of the same activities in order to make a marriage work well.  Upon our first meeting, we went for a ride.  Lud mounted me on his gelding, Detour (who occasionally did).  I have often wondered if that was intentional, just to see how well I could ride.  Anyway, it seems to have worked.  We were married four months later.
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Sent: Friday, October 06, 2006 9:05 AM
Subject: Re: [RC] [RC] Dr. Qs Good Advice

Actually, this could be a useful screening tool for potential mates...do you really want to continue a relationship with someone who finds the smell of horse apples unpleasant???   :)
Dawn in East Texas

On 10/5/06, Jennifer Adam <jatatahoe1@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
6. never go on a date without changing your shoes first - while the smell of
horse apples may not be offensive to you, your date may not find it pleasant

[RC] Dr. Qs Good Advice, Jennifer Adam
Re: [RC] [RC] Dr. Qs Good Advice, Dawn Carrie