IF YOU COME TO VISIT – THE NATIVES ARE NOT FRIENDLY!
No one warned me and I had to find out the hard way.
You see, my mom left me tied after we went for a ride the other night. It is an annoying habit she has, I dig a hole to tell her it is wrong, but she is a slow learner.
I usually just dig but this time I decided to untie the knot. It took awhile but I did it.
I knew exactly what I wanted to do. There are these horses that come by and visit but I am always in my pen…except last week when my mom was riding me and they came running down the driveway. We didn’t have time to talk then though.
So when I untied myself I took off after them!
It was dark but I can see pretty good. I could smell them and it made it easier.
I was so excited! I ran right up to them and then BAM!
They kicked me!
Mom came and found me.
I just thought I should warn you.
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