What an incredible journey!

What an incredible journey!

by Megan aka MustangSally

Hello Gypsy,

This is the only blog that I have read that truly touches my soul. It's wonderful to read about your journey.

I was brought up and raised in a big city. I was so envious of my best-friend in High-School who lived in the 'country" in Massachusetts and who owned one horse.

I fell-in-love with horses, but I've still only lived in big cities. And without a 'big-income' - no one who lives in a big city can ever truly enjoy the "richness" you possess every day! Thank you for sharing.

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May 21, 2010
Thank you
by: Gypsy

Thank you for that inspiration of your own. There are times in my life I have found myself in the city. You make home come to your heart, your heart can't always go home. At one point in the middle of Kansas City Mo. I converted a garage into a stall for a miniature horse, got a cart and Poof.. I was home. I had to pay 50.00 a year for that privilege. I also had a few rabbits in the city. Went to rabbit shows and it was my little connection to the country. Plants, patio gardens.. they all work well. I hope life doesn't find you forever walking on concrete, and I hope until you can go barefoot in the mud, that you find someway to bring those things you long for into your life.

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