Friday, June 4, 2010
Before you read further... I AM FINE...
I am fine. I am like anyone else we all take a fall sooner or later.
See I was having fun! That is what the day was suppose to be about. So one goal was accomplished even if for a short moment.
BUT everyone needs to remember the type of person I am ... had the situation turned out bad... this is how I want to be remembered. A person that lived life... not one that wished she had a life.
Having said that! I am writing about this situation second hand, I still have no memories of what happened from my own version of this story.
I do remember bits and pieces.
I my work day was completed yesterday, I even stopped work on the estate early so I could get to the riding ring just to play around while the girls got ready for a show this weekend.
Long story short? I fell off... in my mind I think I fell off. although physically... I know I fell off. Must not have been a big fall as Jerry would have said something, Although he said I did upset everyone by getting back on the horse.... Which sounds like me... or PawPaw? you fall you get up! Quickly! Besides the horse is too young to get me off and me not get back on, as he would only do it again learning he could get me off and get relief from pressures of me telling him what to do. But all I remember is Not knowing how I got to the ring, Why I was down there, or What the $&*(&^ I was doing.
So I got off told everyone I was confused, and HOW I was confused. I knew names to those I had known names before, I knew Jerry's phone number to call him, but ... I still have no idea of a play by play of what I did wrong with the horse. And don't get me wrong... I know I did things wrong, you can see my seat is off my shoulders are not back properly my good leg is twisted OUT, although bare back always looks worse than with the dressage saddle. In other words I know I am at major fault with what ever else I did.
I did stay up later than normal, I did wake up and make myself stay awake answer questions from my dear husband, He woke me up before he went to sleep. THIS MORNING... I can hardly bend over, and my head is touchy if I slosh it in the pasture four wheeling to the barn. But I am other wise fine.
I can only assume ASS U ME that as many times as my head has hit the pavement/rock, road, dirt, gates... etc... Like a boxer it will only get worse as I get older.