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        07-05-2013, 03:10 PM
      #1
    Yearling
    Six Weeks Left...

    In six weeks my boyfriend and I are moving from Regina, SK to Belleville, ON. I cannot bring Walter. I am leaving the only place I have ever known, all my friends and family, and my beautiful heart horse. We are leaving the week of August 12th.

    I am so stressed just thinking about the cost of this. We are going because Bryan got accepted into a photojuornalism course. It is a two year course.

    I finally started back riding Walter again last night. After the whole leg thing, things are finally looking up again for him. I am just so heartbroken that I have to leave my baby behind. Maybe in a year or so I can haul him out.

    I just don't know what I will do without him...
         
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        07-05-2013, 05:48 PM
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    Weanling
    Awww. Good luck. Trailer him up to Stoon and I'll take care of him for you . Where is he staying while you are gone? I'm sure 2 years will fly by really fast for you.

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    In six weeks my boyfriend and I are moving from Regina, SK to Belleville, ON. I cannot bring Walter. I am leaving the only place I have ever known, all my friends and family, and my beautiful heart horse. We are leaving the week of August 12th.

    I am so stressed just thinking about the cost of this. We are going because Bryan got accepted into a photojuornalism course. It is a two year course.

    I finally started back riding Walter again last night. After the whole leg thing, things are finally looking up again for him. I am just so heartbroken that I have to leave my baby behind. Maybe in a year or so I can haul him out.

    I just don't know what I will do without him...
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        07-06-2013, 12:38 AM
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    Green Broke
    It will be hard to leave your horse behind, but know that he will always be there and maybe one day you will eventually be able to move your horse to where you are going.

    It sounds like a whole new, big adventure - look at the positives instead of the negatives. Good luck!
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        07-06-2013, 12:50 AM
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    Yearling
    Minimom- he is staying at the barn he's at. My mom will ride and take care of him. She has a yearling half brother to Walter there too.

    Chinga- I'm trying to be positive. I know it will be a good change. I'm going to start looking into barns around there so I can ride and get better for when I visit home and when I eventually bring him out east or we move back. I'll at least be back in December for two weeks while my BO goes on a cruise so I have that to look forward too.
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        07-12-2013, 04:40 PM
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    Yearling
    Well this week sucked!

    Tuesday night I went in and had my appendix out. Pain started Friday, went to doc Sunday, had bloodwork, and back to doc on Monday, who then sent me to hosp ER to get looked at. Poking and more bloodwork, sent me home to come back next day. Doc suggested an ultrasound to be done on Weds. I insisted on a CT Scan. Got it done, and oh guess what, appendix! Surgeon came in quick, and I was put under. I came home yesterday morning.

    So I have a big incision, 20 staples and can't do much for a while. My appendix was hiding behind my bowel, and was like the size of a large dill pickle. Such a great week off work I had booked.. ugh.

    SO no riding... Discharge papers say no lifting/pulling anything over 10lbs for six weeks... I'm so sad now. All I can do is groom my WBB and find people to ride him for me. And packing/moving will be so fun. GAH! Terrible timing body.
         
        07-12-2013, 04:58 PM
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    Weanling
    I bet once you get there it will be so exciting to be in a new place the things you had to leave behind won't seem so bad.

    At least you're not losing him forever. Ask someone to send picture updates!
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