My horses are basically my four-legged children. I spend 6 days a week with them along with the majority of my paycheck. People often think I'm crazy for doing this. When bills get tight or paying the mortgage comes into question, I'm asked why don't I sell one horse. I reply with, "Would you sell one of your kids?" In my eyes they are two in the same. My horses are now a permanent part of my family and selling them isn't an option now or ever. I make daily sacrifices, my back might be on fire but you can be assured my horses can have their regular chiropractic sessions. But I'm happy to make these sacrifices because my horses bring me more joy than anyone can imagine. They comfort me when I'm sad, never say the wrong thing, and make me feel loved always. How are horse viewed in your family? Do you have fuzzy children?
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