February 6, 2009 Jeannie crossed over the Rainbow Bridge to her home in heaven where carrots grow on trees, sugar cubes are mountains, apples float in the sea, grain falls from the sky and the grass is soo green it makes you smile, it is always sunny and Jeannie has returned to her youth and is running around like a little filly and there are many people to groom her for endless hours . I have been told it was a good passing, the vet did his best to get her down slowly and then put her down, they were able to do it at the stables and Jeans owner paid for a truck to pick her body up. For those of you who don't know Jeannie was about 32-35 years old, she was a TB and the love of my life. I have been taking care of Jeannie for about 5 years and well she was my girl. Jeannie had the best personality I swear by it, she was sooo sweet and caring. All she wanted was to be with her "people" to have attention and loves. She had this awsome little nicker that she did when you walked up to her, her whole muzzle would vibrate when she did it lol it was quite adorable! She also would neigh sooo loud when fed time came or her owner came and man you could hear it clear across the barn!! When I would walk her she always would walk behind me and put her nose to my back and when I would brush her she would turn her head around and nicker at me or nudge me as if to say "wanna do my face next pweease!" She wouldnt hurt a fly, honestly she is the type of horse who will go through pain and being scared to make you happy all she lived for was to please you even if it meant she had to walk through that scary puddle for you, she would! God I could go on, I just loved this horse soo much, she was always there for me when I had those bad days, I could talk to her about it and she would listen, she always put a smile on my face. I LOVE you Jean a Bean!!!! Thank You for saving my life! I will See You some day!
I have probably cried an ocean the last few days. Here is a video I made in memory of Jeannie, let me know what you think!