When Alyssa sat on Casper’s back, the giant horse seemed to become hyper-aware of her presence and remained perfectly still. As the riding aides began to coax him out into the arena, Casper’s careful movement reflected the respect and admiration he had for my disabled daughter who proudly adorned his back. The mere sight of such as small and seemingly fragile child riding gracefully on a huge animal in comparison can be a bit perplexing for those witnessing the act for the first time.
Monday, October 15, 2018
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
Writing has always been my passion. It is the one thing I have known without a doubt that I am meant to do with my life. For me, there’s something freeing about writing. It gives me an escape and a much-needed break from reality. It allows me to have full control over the story that I am orchestrating. I am the creator—the inventor of my world. It is a fulfillment unlike no other.
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