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|Write about one of your fondest memories.
I liked living in Texas. I have not been there in 40 years. I was told a couple years ago that it has changed a lot since I lived there. They have a very large zoo there which I would like to visit again. I liked riding horses there, the experience of meeting people there, and competing in one day horse trials.
I liked keeping horses and I miss the daily grind of barn cleaning, grooming, and feeding the horses and just having them around
I remember spending time in the tree house my brother built for me when I was just a kid. I read Heidi up there and lots of comic books. and, I spent time laying on my back looking up through the large Sugar Maple I was in. The tree was probably 50 plus years old then. I live on the same property now. There was a row of Maples along the road. They are all over 100 years old and decaying more each year. The property will look different when they are all gone.
I had access to a large pony one year. His name was Cornel. That year I rode all over the woods and roads in the area. I was 15 I think.?
I liked writing for the online parrot magazine for awhile until they stopped the website.
I guess another unforgettable experience was college at age of 55 to 60. It took that long to realize I was academically compatible. I took riding lessons in Texas and took courses through the mail in veterinary assistance and kennel management. You think I would have figured academia out before I was 55. Really it was all done on that time schedule because that is when it became a possibility in my life. Right now, I'm trying to figure out how to wrangle some more education in other subjects without incurring expense since I am still paying on college loans.
There are lots of other interesting memories I keep stored. This will do for now.
New experiences keep us motivated.