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    • I was going to write a big long post and describe it for you! But then my wifi kept going out and deleting everything. So I will tell you. We went to a prairie and my daughter spoke with a black cow for awhile. Then we passed a beautiful field of yellow wild flowers. Then we saw horses far off in a field and my daughter got out of the car, called them and they ran to her! She got to pet them before they ran off again. Then we went further because I wanted to pet a horse. So we saw what we thought were goats and my daughter called them and they ran to us and one was a small miniature horse. She put her face up and let me pet her and I kissed her nose. I love the way horses smell! And the goats came over. I don’t much like them but pet one anyway. Then my daughter pet one and got right in her face and was very sweet. It was a very nice time since my daughter has not been out other than for doctors and neither have I for a very long time. So it was a great adventure

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  2. Thank you! We actually talked about you earlier. After therapy we were talking about scales and how if you have a scale with all of the people who lift you up and support you on one side, that their words have greater meaning and hold more weight than the negative people on the other side of the scale. I was putting people in the scale on the good side and my husband brought up you to put on the good side. So he knows I value you. Which I thought was down right cool! I’m happy that it makes you happy to see us smile. It means you genuinely care. Which is why you are on the good side of the scale!

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