Jore, Honey, some of life is magic......and just reading from your first post on this blog.....well, it was magic.......some of life is tragic as you just found out.
If I go early, before my wife, I hope she finds someone better than me that will partner with her and that he's so good to her that she soon forgets about me.
Indie went on to a better place and now you're without a heart horse. There will never be another Indie, but I hope, you find a horse that makes you so happy that Indie settles deep in your heart and your new love takes the biggest piece.
As I've said before, I've followed this blog for the last few months. The excitement and enthusiasm of the first day....and even before....and how quickly he was taken from you is tragic.
So I hope you struggle though it and continue taking your riding lessons.....I hope that soon another horse that needs someone like you finds his way into your heart. Maybe that's what Indie would want?
I've also thought about how hard it is for your dad to see his daughter so sad.
Yes, life can turn on a dime and some of the time it turns the wrong way.
Lots of us are thinking about you and believe it or not our heart hurts too. This blog doesn't have to end this way and I'm looking for a long happy story well before the end.
For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.
Last edited by gunslinger; 11-22-2012 at 04:56 PM.