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Missing Yoi
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Missing Yoi

So, yesterday I realized that I missed my horse. I used to go to the barn all day everyday and then school really started getting in the way. I haven't seen my horse since Friday and I don't get to see her until tomorrow. I ended up calling my friend at the barn to go to her stall and take pictures and videos of her and send them to me. And I would send them back and we had a conversation through my friend. My sister looked at me like I was insane, but it was exactly what I needed. It made my day. I don't think you ever realize how much you love your horse until you are away from them. And sure, I've been away from her longer but being away from her for this long and missing her this much makes me realize how much I care for her. I honestly love her to the moon and back and I hope she feels the same way about me, even if I don't have treats to offer. I never notice how I feel about her as a whole when I'm with her. I tell her I love her all the time, but I guess I never realized how much I meant it. I don't know what I'm going to so this summer when I go on vacation for two weeks. It's going to be two whole weeks of pure torture. And girl, I'm going to spend the whole time missing you like I am missing you today. Message of this: don't ever take not even one minute for granted with your horse, because you never know when you won't have that time anymore. Love more than you ever have before and try not to have to miss your horse. It hurts.

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  1. Chestnut Mare
    Chestnut Mare
    Voted. This is very touching and heartfelt! I don't own a horse but I can imagine how you feel, because I miss my cat when I am not with her! Why should we not miss animals as much as people?? You might be interested in my latest blog, Historical Hans the Counting Horse- check it out and please vote if you like it. :-)
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  2. Izzy Wilder
    Izzy Wilder
    I know how you feel. I really like Beretta, but Hershey's always gona be my first horsey love. I miss his furry little figure so much it kills me :*(. I miss hearing his nickers and when he used to come cantering up to me from his ginormous paddock at All in Stride Equestrian Center. These words are way too true
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  3. love4equine
    love4equine
    Great blog!!! Voted!!!
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  4. naturegirl
    I've never owned a horse, but I've owned cats and understand what you are going through. I had to leave for two and a half weeks at one point while my youngest, newbie baby boy was (**gasp**) very sick! He had contracted the type of 'cold' that cats get and his eyes were infected. Pure hell. I totally hear you. I voted for you and your baby! Stop by my post, which is about naturopathic care for you and your horse, and vote if you ilke it!
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  5. jst4horses
    Last evening, three of us with flu, real horse whisperers, because our voices are gone, were driving home 23 miles after taking care of muddy horses, and cranky horses that all wanted out to run, and cleaning pens, and equipment. We saw a big horse trailer on the freeway, and we ALL noticed fast. That is how we know we are horse crazy. After almost four hours of mud, feeding in the mud, and horses, we all were excited to see a horse trailer, before we even knew if horses were in it. They were!My first equine therapy horse that I purchased for my own program worked with me every day for thirteen years. She was old when I bought her. She was a dwarf horse. She died almost twenty years ago, but your story made me miss her again, along with all the others I have lost, and those out at the stable waiting for me to get there today!:)
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  6. jst4horses
    Last evening, three of us with flu, real horse whisperers, because our voices are gone, were driving home 23 miles after taking care of muddy horses, and cranky horses than all wanted out to run, and cleaning pens, and equipment. We saw a big horse trailer on the freeway, and we ALL noticed fast. That is how we know we are horse crazy. After almost four hours of mud, feeding in the mud, and horses, we all were excited to see a horse trailer, before we even knew if horses were in it. They were! My first equine therapy horse that I purchased for my own program worked with me every day for thirteen years. She was old when I bought her. She was a dwarf horse. She died almost twenty years ago, but your story made me miss her again, along with all the others I have lost, and those out at the stable waiting for me to get there today!:)
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