I don't know if I have ever told the story about how my son shares his birthday with my mare Dreamy. Basically, as I was recovering from my C-section, I told the nurses that my horse was born on this very same day! They looked at me with wide eyes, looked nervously at each other, and tried to assure me I had given birth to a CHILD not a horse. I tried unsuccessfully to explain that I knew that, but my horse had been born on the very same day, just thirteen years prior! LOL!
Posin' with his twin
How curious, then, that my new mare ALSO shares the same birthday! And.....the date of ownership for both is Christmas??? Coincidence? Or fate? You decide! ;-)
well I talk about 'em and I dream about 'em live to love 'em and I love to ride I’ll always have 'em be lost without 'em there’s magic in those gentle eyes what is it... what is it with girls and horses?
There comes a time in life when you have to let go of all the pointless drama and the people who create it and instead surround yourself with people who make you laugh so hard that you forget the bad and focus solely on the good. After all, life is too short to be anything but happy. :)
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"All snark aside – I honestly think horses have kept an amazing amount of girls out of trouble or rescued them from trouble. Who needs to have a baby at fifteen when you already have a horse to love? Who can blow money on drugs – we have the farrier to pay for! When a man breaks your heart, it’s not the end of the world – we still have our horse." -Cathy Atkinson