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Date:7/10/2014 1:57:23 PM
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Saying goodbye
Goodbye is the most relieving thing to say when you want to leave and the hardest one when you don't want them to go. Last Saturday Aramis was picked up by his owner. He was only a lease and with the arrival of Cruise I had no time for him. He was unhappy with that and I knew I had to make a very hard decision. His owner came to a point where she could take him home and I agreed that he should go with her. It was hard and I miss him but I know it was the right thing to do. He is happy and settled back where he belongs. I spent the whole morning cleaning him up shedding him out, grooming him, washing his tail and legs, cleaned his sheath, and packed up his stuff. I sent the few things he came with back and gave his owner his leather halter, SmartPaks and anything else that was his while I had him. I hand grazed him on the front lawn and it tore my heart out when he came over and nickered to me and put his head in my arms just to be close, the way we always used to. With tears in my eyes, I kissed his cute little nose and (despite his antics) helped load him on a trailer...for the last time. Aramis, you and all you taught me will forever be in my heart! Goodbye, my beautiful bay!
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