Check it Out!
Re: RC: "Karen J. Zelinsky" - Horse/ Mouse Pad
Happy Birthday, and you are SO right! As one who's passed the half
century mark, we deserve some kind of award for hanging in there!
Doesn't enddurance riding give you some of the "tools" to do these
miles, though? Many's the time I have had "plan b or c or??" just as we
do with endurance riding, or took a deep breath and said "I CAN do
this" or just plain started over, just like I learned when endurance
riding. I think it should be offered as a life class and we could get
college units for it!
How appropriate to ask WHERE are the vets or crews to help out? I have
often needed them, and still do! It really is a "Philosophy of life"
and teaches us more than riding skills and horse care. It has helped
me through many hard times, and I hope will continue to do so.
What a thoughtful friend! She really knew WHERE your heart was, AND has
a sense of humor to boot! Lucky you, and keep passing the "vet checks"
of life!Thanks for sharing with us.
Karen J. Zelinsky wrote:
> hey guys!
> I did it!! I did my first 50!!!! ( years that is!) God, what training
> it takes, eh? Wake up, go to sleep, eat, clean barn, ride, ride, ride,
> or avoid riding, pay bills, work, et al.... where's the judge's for
> life's 50-miler? Where's the vet checks and pit crew? Hmmm Anyhooo
> ...thought you would be interested in the gift I received from my super
> sister on Saturday -- appealing to horse-nuts like us AND it might give
> you ideas of what to do, what to do, what the heck to do for a present!
> It was good 'ol Patty Lambert, my buddy/equine photographer who did the
> first half of the present - a neat mouse pad with my horse's pic on it,
> then sis gave me this poem to go with it:
> Karen and the Mouse
> Karen loathed mouses that lived inside houses;
> Those in the ceiling she cursed at with feeling,
> And when they had banquets on long winter nights,
> She'd growl to her kitties, "Go put out their lights!"
> But 'mong all the mice there was one [ital] that did suit her --
> The one always hanging out with her computer.
> She marvelled at how, through its long wire tail,
> It sent out and brought her a ton of e-mail.
> K. liked it so much that this mouse, 'stead of squooshin'
> She coddled and gave as a gift a wee cushion!
> --A beautifully smooth and quite spiffy mouse pad.
> In all of Computland the best to be had,
> That featured the world's most magnificent horse
> (There's simply no question ... that's Keely, of course!).
> So now every day Karen plays touchy-feely
> With her pampered mousie and breathtaking Keely.
> Hollis G. Zelinsky
> June 19, 1999
> Now what more could one of us animal-nuts want for a present? Our
> buddie's pic to be constantly massaging with a mouse!!
> Karen Zelinsky, ESMT
> in weed-grown and in need of trail-blazing PA
> Get the Internet just the way you want it.
> Free software, free e-mail, and free Internet access for a month!
> Try Juno Web: http://dl.www.juno.com/dynoget/tagj.
> Ridecamp is a service of Endurance Net, http://www.endurance.net.
> Information, Policy, Disclaimer: http://www.endurance.net/RideCamp
Ridecamp is a service of Endurance Net, http://www.endurance.net.
Information, Policy, Disclaimer: http://www.endurance.net/RideCamp
Check it Out!
Back to TOC