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Re: [RC] [Guest] Riding too close - Susan Young Casey


I SO appreciate your statement about being thankful it was you leg that got broke and not your dear equine friend's.  When my beloved horse, SS Nergal, broke his leg out in the pasture, I made the statement at church that I wished it'd been my leg broken instead of his.  A "friend" said, "OH, Susan! Don't say that!!  He was just a horse."  Some people just don't understand.

We're wishing you a speedy and complete recovery.

Sandy said...

It was also not much fun riding back to the house with the leg dangling. At least it was my leg and not by beloved Mr. Man.

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Susan Young Casey, Princess of Pink, LIW, RRHA, RHS
Semper Obliquo (Always aside)

Glenndale Grace Farm, Ft Gibson, Oklahoma U.S.A.

"Ride on! Rough-shod if need be, smooth-shod if that will do, but ride on! Ride on over all obstacles,
and win the race!" - Charles Dickens (1812-1870)

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Re: [RC] [Guest] Riding too close, Jennifer Judkins