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elijah13
Mar 25, 2017
Hard to see until you enlarge it. Easy puzzle to do.
aussiesapphire
Aug 7, 2016
Love grey horses, they always look so special.

"The most worth-while thing is to try to put happiness into the lives of others." Robert Baden-Powell

"A hug is like a boomerang - you get it back right away." Bil Keane

God bless all of you in many ways. Hugs.
vmarie
Aug 7, 2016
Good morning, aussiesapphire! It's almost 5 o'clock in the morning here in Jacksonville, Florida.

I know little about horse breeds, but the American Paint is a strikingly colored horse with large meandering patterns of brown and white. My younger daughter who is mildly autistic got to ride one at a county fair one year. The sight of the horse nearly took my breath away.

Abundance of blessings and hugs back!
darambo
Aug 7, 2016
Good morning all, finally back from California, so glad to be home. My youngest brother is a drug addict and mentally ill, he stabbed my older in the abdomen and broke another younger brother's nose and cut up his arms. Both brothers fine now and youngest is in jail [ he refused a plea deal to go to a mental facility ] Don't know what to do, he needs help so badly. It's 4am Oregon time been up for 2 hours. I'm just at a loss.
JUDY2014
Aug 7, 2016
Love Paint horses.....I used to raise them. Mine were black & white...my mare was so sweet, never needed a saddle. She had a wide back (old type texas Paint) and I would just lay on her back while she chomped away on the grass and I enjoyed the sunshine.
globug
Aug 7, 2016
To darambo - I'm not good with words so I don't quite know how to respond to your troubles. I just sent up a prayer for you & your family and will keep ya'll in my prayers
pixipixil
Aug 7, 2016
That's horrific, darambo. My dead son was a druggy also. I don't know if he had any mental health issues. He has no siblings but we had to have the police come when he attacked my husband and threatened him so I know some of what you are dealing with. Whatever happens realize he doesn't come with a remote control so you mustn't blame yourself for any of it.
olamae61
Aug 7, 2016
My granddaughter has autism and at her school once a year she gets equine therapy. The relationship between these special needs kids and the horses is incredible!
mamag15
Aug 7, 2016
I feel the pain you are both in, pixi and darambo as I have been through the drug thing, mental illness and the loss of my son because of it. I pray that your son, darambo will get the help he so desperately needs. Pixi you right that we cannot blame ourselves as I have done for the last 6 years. Jake's 7th anniversary is next month and I am already dreading it. Let'spray for one another, give each other comfort, and be there when it is needed, whether we are close or far away.
aussiesapphire
Aug 7, 2016
Darambo - so sorry you had to handle all that stuff. My prayers are with you. Loving Hugs.
pixipixil
Aug 8, 2016
Thank you mamag. It seems to be worse this year than it was the year after he died. My son died in October 2014.
vmarie
Aug 8, 2016
@darambo - Affirmations naming the soul of your drug-addict son specifically requesting the binding of all anti-Christ entities are effective. These should be done daily for at least 10-20 minutes. Picture the young man as whole while reciting affirmations in full voice. If you have a few friends, neighbors, and/or church members to add their voices, the effect is increased exponentially. These and prayer are very clearing and healing.

Here are a few affirmations from free affirmations.org:

I am free from my drug addiction
I am happy with who I am
I am in control of my own life
I respect my body
I am loved by everyone around me
I find it easy to turn down drugs
I am not tempted at all by drugs

When using the affirmations, realize you are intervening for the soul of the afflicted son. You assert this by giving an introduction for the affirmations, something like, I call upon the Heavenly Father through his angels (or whatever you perceive the order of Divinity to be) and through the Holy Christ Self for on behalf of (give your son's full, legal name) now imprisoned at (give institution's name and city, state). Then begin the affirmations with confidence and full voice. You can repeat each line 3-9 times (multiples of 3 work best).

These can be interchanged with visualizing the color violet around him and saying, "(Your son's full name) is a being of Violet Fire/ (son's name) is the Purity God desires! 3x/9x/12x options

Do these the same time daily; it matters not the time of day or night, as long as the chosen time is consistent.

You will feel a change of energy around you. You will be effect changes of energy around your son and your family.

While he is imprisoned, the once-a-week visits that are allowed should be filled. A friend, relative, neighbor, or minister--just keep those visitations filled to assure him (in spite of any resistance or protests he may have) that he is going to pull through, that he is loved, he is being supported in people's prayers.

Whatever talent you have ever perceived your addicted son to have before his addition is what you can see him doing as his life's work. He may even decide to help other drug addicts--God's hand will guide him.

Trials in life are to strengthen us and help us return to our state of health and happiness. This is for you, your son, and your family, and anyone who has ever known your son.

Blessings to keep the faith and for ease in changing the energy for your son, your family, his friends, and you!
vmarie
Aug 8, 2016
@darambo - I apologize for the "n" appearing in my reply. Apparently the return key shows up as such. There are a few other small edits as well, but I hope you will find the affirmations very healing, should you choose to do them. Hugs.
darambo
Aug 8, 2016
Thank you all for prayers, kind thoughts, and advice it meant a lot as I have few people to talk to that will give unjudgmental advice. It is my yougest brother not my son. My son is very anti drug after seeing what it has done to both my family and my in laws. I don't know many families that drugs have not affected. My brother turned down the plea deal he was offered [ to go to a locked mental home ] he chose a jury trial. Actually been waiting for something like this to happen since Mom died last year, she covered for him so much.
darambo
Aug 8, 2016
Pixi, Mamag I am so sorry for your losses can't imagine going through that and Vmarie thank you all for your advice and kind words. Bless you all. Be safe
olamae61
Aug 9, 2016
May God always bless you and keep you in the palm of his hand.
puzzlelover20
Aug 9, 2016
Hang strong darambo! Pray and believe and know that the Lord is walking with you!
pixipixil
Aug 9, 2016
If you love some one there's no placing a degree on the hurt. It doesn't matter what the relation. Your hurt is as deep as ours, darambo. There's a reason and when we die God will tell us. Until then we all just have to do the best we can.
vmarie
Aug 9, 2016
My son-in-law was recently arresting for distributing an opiate derivative. He was set up. First he refused the stranger who kept pestering him for some of the drug. Being a softy, my son-in-law finally gave in to the man's demands. The man was an undercover agent for the police.

When my daughter got the call from her husband that he was in jail, he thought the incident so minor that he assured her he would be home after a few days. Not so.

As it happened, Joe was faced with a possible 15-year jail sentence! My daughter was in tears. God had me by her side, however, to calm and comfort her and help her put things into perspective. She contacted an attorney through her company's legal plan.

Although the attorney was expensive, he moved for "drug court, " where rehabilitation, rather than jail, was pretty much standard procedure. The judge allowed the case to be referred to drug court, and my daughter was much relieved.

Presently, my son-in-law is following the prescribed program under a probation officer. He will complete the program by next February. He has to balance this with family and business responsibilities.

I hope this additional information of my indirect experience is helpful to anyone facing drug charges and looking for another alternative to mental hospitalization or jail as a choice. (Amen)
ParsonWayne
Aug 7, 2016
I had to jump right in to put this puzzle together and quit horsing around.
pixipixil
Aug 7, 2016
There you go chasing steeples again.
mamag15
Aug 7, 2016
We need to get together and have a joke fest. And no more horsin' around. So lets jump through the hurdles and jump right the joke festivities. Let the jokin' begin!!!
mamag15
Aug 7, 2016
"to"
pixipixil
Aug 8, 2016
A jest quest to put our wits to the test. Proceed with due speed.
ParsonWayne
Aug 8, 2016
Been chasing steeples for 53 years, pixi.
pixipixil
Aug 8, 2016
Well don't stop now. When were you ordained?
Do you sometimes feel like this horse having to jump many barriers in a race to the finish? I wonder why it was called a steeple chase.
ParsonWayne
Aug 9, 2016
Steeples don't move, and yes, I have felt that way at times. Ordained in 1964.
pixipixil
Aug 9, 2016
I graduated HS in 1964. I dreamed my aunt (a Mercy nun) and my mother were plotting to send me to a convent in Oregon. Never wanted that or even had the desire to help people. (My mother always said I was selfish.) Craftsmanship and artistry always called to me.
Steeples don't have to move for ministers to chase them. I'm glad you weren't a "climber." I was just trying to find a pun in the puzzle (isn't that the kind of thing the horse was doing? --Or maybe it has to be natural barriers for that. I'm not a horsewoman as you might have guessed.) and connect it to the exchange.
We had a best friend who wis a Dutch Reformed minister. He and his wife retired to South Dakota so we no longer see them. I still miss our nights playing pinnochle.
retirenow14
Aug 9, 2016
Awesome horse. I enjoyed this puzzle.
Genaya
Aug 8, 2016
Nice one.
OzSomeOne
Aug 7, 2016
Wow - that's quite the gear! Shin braces, padding on the nose, booties?, and kind of a helmet with ear covers? Must be a very patient horse.
carolsapple
Aug 7, 2016
The padding on the nose is part of the halter. Don't what the padding on the ears is for? One of my aunts rides and was a horse show judge. Many owners have asked to come evaluate their horse. She gives them their honest opinion and she can tell that they don't like the answer.
micki
Aug 7, 2016
The padding on the ears is to block any noise distractions, or so I've been told by my horsey friends.
jas6415
Aug 7, 2016
Beautiful animal a graceful sport
olamae61
Aug 7, 2016
Horses are one of God's most sensitive creatures. They have a sense the things and emotions around them, which is why they are easy to spook. I love horses and get a thrill whenever I see one!
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