She stays with Marcy and sleeps with the cats
Only Maggie and Bonnie are inside. Maggie because she always has been an in and out dog. Bonnie because she's in training. All the dogs have taught each other. All herd, all varmint hunt, kill poison snakes and watch the farm in general. If the cows escape, the dogs take them back in without being told.
Gail:Dad always said no to horses, because tractors don't eat when they're not working. I raised miniature for a while than went to big horses. They came to me. Due to life, family health issues, I was not able to devote the time to them they deserved. I donated them to a youth ranch because I knew they would give them more personal attention and have their own personal boy or girl. My horses were so gentle and trained, they were promoted to the show barn. I know they are thriving and helping children, but I still feel the emptiness.
This past week, I did the best thing I have ever done.
This past week, I did the hardest thing I have ever done.
From the small girl who drew nothing but horses to the woman surrounded by her
My babies, my dolls will be loved by young people who have never had a proper home
This decision was not a light one. Horses in this program never leave. They are loved and
The papers are wet from the tears I shed while writing about each horse, telling about their
From paper dolls to the mural on my Dreaming Porch to the realities of those dreams,
Sherry: We must chat about self-publishing, Gail. It is affordable and easy. And a GIFT to your family, to compile all of those old stories, so they wont be forgotten. You are the keeper of a treasure trove of history!
Sherry: I can well imagine the workload is daunting. But, yes, you are Home.Is there anything you would like to say to Poets United?
Sherry: It is we who thank you, Gail, for sharing your wonderful life, and farm, with us! I have so loved this visit!
Every week, kids, another amazing life story. Wasn't this visit completely satisfying? I am so hooked on these interviews! Come back to see who we talk to next. Who knows? It might be you!