WRITINGS AND PHOTOGRAPHS FROM A SMALL COMMUNITY IN WESTERN NEW YORK
Now that is GOOD physical therapy!
No way I could stay away either.
Yeah...miss mine, too! Good for you to head out to see the girls!
Yes, I would want to go out and see them for real. they will be as glad as you , hope the knee is getting less pain, and the crutch almost disposable, dispensable , and can be made redundant !!Cheers from Jean
Yay! That means you feel like yourself again! Yay!Lori, that nasty storm passed right over us with wind and tiny bit of rain, no damage. It hit a town east of us and tore the roof right off a house!
I haven't seen my boy in about 4 days now (due to my foot injury)...so that's exactly what I'm doing too. There's no better therapy than good quality horse time! :-D
We think they are looking for youBenny & Lily
When all the pain is behind you, and you're walking around on your brand new knee, feeling great, what will you remember most?Will it be how hard it was to be inside, out of reach of those soft noses? Horses are such good therapy. Be careful. Don't do more than you should. Wait another day if you have to (sounds like a hard rain out there right now). Good Luck!Tina
Bet they'll be glad to see you too!
I'm sure they'll be happy to see you. Read back on the last few posts. Seems you're doing really well with your PT. I know it hurts but it will get better. Hang in there.
From the looks of it, your horses are on high alert. I imagine that they are waiting to get sight of someone special. I bet they are missing you as well.
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