A round, middle-aged person's adventure into the world of horses.
I don't feel odd at all having a little cry over the death of a horse I never met. I hope that Kate is doing okay right now.
I concur. I got teary-eyed while reading the post at my desk and had no problem with that. I hope she is OK, too.
I love our little online group of barn buddies... I got choked up myself. Sniffle.
Couldn't agree more, Marissa!
Poor Kate and Noble. It's always so hard to lose a friend like him. I'm sure all the good memories will help.
You are right, GHM. He had a wonderful life and there are lots of good memories.
Hello Wolfie,I couldn't resist the blog of someone starting riding lessons in their 50's. It's very close to my experience. Also, I love Canadians and will look forward to hearing about your work with your horse.Everything said about Noble is so true. It was nice of you to honor him.
Thanks, Carol. And, welcome!