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Friday, December 17, 2004

A Lovely Evening

Mother always told me never to laugh at someone who falls down the stairs until you are sure that he is all right. Oh, Mother. It's just not that easy. What if the man is already "not all right" before he falls? How am I to distinguish between a prior equestrian injury and the potential current injury? I can't. So when I laughed as the stables valet fell down those steps, I was really doing him a favor. My laughter said, "Don't let your old horse injury stop you from reaching your potential to make this a magical evening for me and countless others."


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