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I wish we could all be this happy
off_the_wall posted:
Pretty sure this is what pure joy looks like. I love this 2 year old!!!

sittingbull594 responded:
AWWWWWWWWW! she is so cute! What a horsegirl!

She has command of that horsie ride! Yip Yip!~ Keep those doggies rollin ..............

thanks for the pic otw
soulkeepers responded:

This is what you bring priceless moments like this one.A big bright smile like that will make you smile in the middle of crying.

She's a beautiful child and thanks for sharing your moments with us.
Kate_Te replied to soulkeepers's response:
Oh to be so happy! I wish a rocking horse made me this happy. She's precious OTW!
rugger1369 replied to Kate_Te's response:
what a cheerful lil cowgirl! thanks for sharing!
butterflykiss responded:
Lovely! This made me think of the song by Dixie Chicks, "Cowboy Take Me Away." May she always find joy and laughter. Perhaps at some point.... a real pony? Me too?
Amach As An Dorchadais. (Irish for: Out of the Darkness.)
off_the_wall replied to butterflykiss's response:
Thanks yall!

We'd have to move for her to one day have her own horse..... but, that's not out of the question. I started riding when I was 6. I guess the question is whether we will stay here and she will learn to ride a surfboard or move and learn to ride a horse.... I wish these decisions in life were easy to make but they're not.

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