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haha, it is always nice to blog about something a little more carefree and just 'pretty.' I love these products- I like the Norwegian folk art feel to them.

Also, you posted the list of UK equine diseases that must be reported, and I've thought about disease reporting recently and how social media plays such an enormous role. Before a weekend horse show so many facebook and twitter posts go up if there is a reported suspected infectious disease at the show grounds, whether the show is cancelled because of a confirmed case, etc. It's been interesting and helpful, but also it is just so eye-opening to realize how quickly information (or mis-information) news of equine disease is passed around!

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