02-23-2010, 06:56 PM
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Thanks all for you kind support, that really gave me a push especially in this period where I am still trying to realize what happened as it is just 2 weeks now since I made the fusion surgery.
ElizabethM: the case you mentioned gave me a lot of hope as it sounds even more serious than the situation here.
Maura: that was another nice push, I just may be still in the shock that I made a sudden emergency surgery so I thought all my acitivities will be ruined specially the riding thing.
All of your replies were really helpful, thanks.
When this accident happened, I thought I will never feel like riding or seeing a horse again but after things settled and while I was watching a TV program about a racing carnival (though I am not into racing) and when I just saw the horses faces, something moved deep inside as if I am missing a family member long time ago, it is really something that can't be given up.
Sometimes I think it is just enough for me to be able to be with horses or at least be on their backs walking together, those creatures are a big secret !!
Anyone suggests some ways of satifsying my horse passion till I recover?, I watch stuff about horses till my doctor permits me to go out of home, and I really wish to have few ideas to do during my time with horses other than riding till things become more clear.
Thanks again for all,
Looking forward to hear from you, please feel free to PM me if anyone cares to have an online discussion.
Best of wishes for all!