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Cherish the Moment
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Date Posted: 14:01:56 04/21/03 Mon
In reply to: Rush 's message, "Hearing her words, the young chestnut stallion approached with a bright smile." on 13:07:38 04/21/03 Mon

Humouristique: She watched him, brown eyes wide with astonishment. Had she heard him correctly? In all her years of imaging this day, she had not expected to encounter –well, to be welcomed so openly. Forgetting her manners, and no longer able to control her laughter, she laughed out rightly. A bold, light-hearted laugh that originated from the bowels of her stomach, and traveled upward through her throat, finally erupting in a pleasant, ear tingling melody that sprang forth from the corners of her mouth.


“Rush, is it? You must forgive me; I’m not usually so forward. I hope my laughter hasn’t offended you, its just that-” She smiled, clearly amused by this stallions antics. “It’s just that you’re so funny!”


Elementary My Dear Watson: What would he do next, she wondered. He was, or at least he seemed to be, very laid back and carefree –and honest. That was another thing that struck her about him: his honesty. Such frank and open honesty was hard to come by, and she had only happened upon it once or twice before. Most horses were too afraid to be completely honest, afraid of what others would think or say about them if they knew the truth. She, herself, fell into that unfortunate category. But apparently he did not care one-way or the other. And she admired him for it, for his ‘accept me as I am or don’t accept me at all’ attitude. She, however, could not afford to be like that. She needed to be accepted, wanted to be accepted and was afraid that she wouldn’t be.


“Thank you, Rush, both for your kind welcome as well as for making me laugh.”

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