Re: [MOL] Greg.. [03008] Medicine On Line


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Re: [MOL] Greg..



Hi, Nanc:  Your daughter's birthday is the same as mine.  My daughter's
birthday is February 13th -- she'll be 30.  She couldn't wait for
Valentine's Day (no, I couldn't!  She was three weeks late!  She's always
liked to sleep in!)  LOL  I used to love to ride when I was young.  It is a
thrilling sensation if I remember correctly.  However, the sensation of
being thrown over a horse's head and landing on one's tailbone is less than
pleasant.  I sat on a black doughnut for most of my senior year.  We don't
have the elegant horse shows here that you folks in the East do, but we do
have our rodeos, and I love to watch the young riders.

Shona -- if you're reading this (I like to "double-post"), give Greg a hug
for me.  I always get so excited when I see him on line.  Appreciate your
keeping us up to date.  Love, Kathy C.
-----Original Message-----
From: NLPOST@AOL.COM <NLPOST@AOL.COM>
To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
Date: Wednesday, January 27, 1999 8:51 PM
Subject: Re: [MOL] Greg..


>Hi Shona,
>I thought that the horse was big or you were small, I guess he is big, My
12
>year old granddaughter shows her throughbred English, They look so good
>together.  They also have Quater, Arib, Paints, and a Miniture, and he is
just
>adorable.  Paint, and he thinks the pasture belongs to him.  The feeling
you
>have while riding is nothing I have ever had anywhere else, in the spring
or
>fall, riding out in the woods, and being able to see the other wild animals
>and them not being affraid.  Running on the beach, it's a kind of freedom
or
>something.  I know what you mean, and it's hard to explain, right?  I don't
>ride much anymore, but I'm going to this summer, life is to short to not do
>the things you enjoy.  My daughter with the horses is going to be 33 Feb
8th,
>she has another daughter that is going to be 7 in may.  Keep in touch and
good
>luck with Greg
>God Bless,
>Nanc
>
>In a message dated 1/27/99 10:17:00 PM Eastern Standard Time,
>DevldogST@AOL.COM writes:
>
><< Subj: Re: [MOL] Greg..
> Date: 1/27/99 10:17:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
> From: DevldogST@AOL.COM
> Sender: owner-mol-cancer@lists.meds.com
> Reply-to: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com
> To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com
>
> Hi Nanc,
>
> Thanks so much for the note.  The horse that I am standing beside in the
pic
> is actually a clyde/thoroughbred cross (a big boy at 17.3hh)   I would
love
>to
> say I own him but he actually belonged to my best friend.  I have added a
> whole section on my webpage today about equestrian stuff and pics of my
own
> horse and ones I have owned over the years, maybe you could tell me what
you
> think.  I envy your daughter, wish I had 14 right now, they are just the
best
> animals in the world, being on a horse and riding is one of the best
>feelings.
>
> Well thanks again for your prayers and lets hope that Greg gets better.
>
> Love Shona
>
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