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Friday, September 2, 2011

Horsing around?

My sister Nikkii hacked my facebook page and posted some videos her and my mom made to show me how excited they are for me to come home. It was touching. So I figured I would share them with you. There are several that are only 30 sec. long and a few a little longer :) haha. Here they are!

First Video: Mount UP!

Second Video: Opening a Gate

Third Video: Now lets get started

Fourth Video: Backing Up

Fifth Video: Got the Brain Back

Sixth Video: Taa Daa!

It was hot the day they rode/filmed. SO as you can see. . . .they are excited and are getting Pixydust ready for me to ride while I am home without having a chance of getting injured.

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Amy said...

she is a truly pretty pony!!!!!! <3

Jamie said...

She is a little on the fat side! And she had pulled her long beautiful tail out on the barb wire fence :( bohoo. . .but she is still pretty dang stunning (I may be bias) :)

Sam said...

Your story is touching and very precious. I am so happy to see you riding horses and living life to the fullest. May you continue to heal and do well. I wanted to forward you my friend's organ donation awareness campaign. He makes toys with different organs you can donate and the proceeds go to Donate for Life and Gift of Life Michigan. Samantha. http://www.foox-u.com/vinyl/25-boxes-1-tray.html

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