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    02-19-2011, 08:53 AM
Getting off my high horse.... But a painful way.

LOL, just like the tittle said.

OK, yesterday I was riding my horse... (YaY! I haven't roded him in a month and two weeks.) So we we're going threw the woods and my duck (This is a kinda awkward story) But any way I was jumping my horse over a creek we have running threw our property. And our duck started to attack one of our dogs. He thinks he can breed anything so he'll try EVERY thing. (Sorry for that but it's true.) So while he had one of our little dogs pinned to the ground I was stopping my horse to get off and get the duck away....... My horse is 16 hhs and I was in a big hurry to get that duck that I didn't take time enough to look down before I dismounted. So when I dismount all me and my step dad heard was a very loud pop. My step dad was 15 ft. Away and he said he heard it loud and clear. (LOL first time I seen him run) Any way what happened is that I stepped on a rock and my ankle popped out of sock and back in. I didn't really think it was that bad. It hurt like hell but my step dads what do you want me to do?, I've got your horse what do you want me to do with him?, Do you need to go to the hospital?, He was a little paranoid cause he heard the big pop. I was like Give me a minute and let me get this pain clear from my head and i'll tell you. After 3 minutes. I just told him to take my horse and ride him up and unsaddled him. Our paster is on top and we live on bottom. Any I got my selve to the house with help of my dog. We called my mom. We went to a walk in center and they took x-rays. Nothing broke but i'm very sore. I have a few picture tho there not that good and it's not as swollen as yesterday. Sorry for the pics. Being so bad. The last one picture is of the dog that helped me into my house. His name is Bear and the snowman is Bob. But please excuse Bob.... He he didn't help. He's kinda melted....
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    02-19-2011, 09:40 AM
Green Broke
Oh my gosh! I cringed when I heard that! Ouch girl! Heal up and get rid of that nimfo duck! Or get him a couple of girlfriends hey? Glad it isn't broke.
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    02-19-2011, 10:18 AM
^^ Thanks.

Yah we had two other ducks but they ran away to our neighbor pond and there ducks. To bad he didn't go with them. LOL, I'm going to get some more ducks this year.
    02-19-2011, 03:24 PM
Ouch! I hope you get better soon!
    02-19-2011, 03:57 PM
Dayum! My foot hurts thinking about it! Lots of ice will do the trick. Get healed soon!
    02-19-2011, 04:25 PM
Green Broke
Now I'm sitting here just laughing at knowing you had other ducks and they left him. Hmmm. Maybe they thought he was a nimfo too and got the heck out of there! Poor dog!! How embarrassing! :p
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