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Date:7/22/2014 5:49:40 AM
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Hi Frances and Fancy
Hi, left a vote, Zack and I went to class last night. Greg had to bump our apt. for feet to Friday. So, while Zack and I went away to play, David stayed to help with the farrier. Greg is very pleased with Charlie's progress I posted a couple of new pictures, so this is 9 1/2 weeks from the surgery. I think that it looks very good, I'm also very glad that I have been able to ride him. I feel a bit better now, I am beginning to accept that it is not as fragile as it looks. Now, back to Zack's class, he is such a fast dog, we were practicing a move, called a front cross, I was not quick enough, I didn't even see it coming, Zack crashed into the back of my legs and literally threw me to the ground(nice sand arena) but I came down hard, on my arm....yes the one that I just finished weeks of successful therapy on. I can barely lift it above my waist, Putting halters on this morning was brutal.. If it is not improved by tomorrow, I'll seek medical attention. I hope it is just stiff and bruised and will loosen up in a day or so, getting old really sucks. The light was not too good for the pictures of his foot, if the sun ever comes back out I'll get better ones, but in the mean time, looks good, eh?? Love Donna Lee
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