death stallions

alas, another horse drawing done at eleven years old, horses ever on my brain back then – thank you

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8 thoughts on “death stallions

  1. This is one of those cases where the “like” button seems wrong, but I do like—and frankly, am amazed by—the horses you drew when you were 11, AM. Geez, I think at that age I was just getting the hang of tying my shoelaces.

    Keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.
    DS

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  2. The night before my father died I dreamt of a field of horses and noticed that a new salt and pepper horse was there amongst the usuals. I woke up and said: “My father is going to die today.” He did. Your words and pictures illustrated this connection for me.

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  3. Hey AnnMarie hope your mom is okay. Prayers to her. I have had some self inflicted wounds on myself by stressing over my weight, eating and Diabetes. I actually had a recent great report on my Diabetes my A1C went from 7.0 to 6.7. So even when I am doing great I am hard on myself. I look to get back to writing stories for my friend Paris. I misread that she had Parkinson’s Disease and was heartbroken but she told me it was her grandfather I wasn’t overjoyed to hear he had it but with treatment he can live a good quality of life. I was very happy Paris was okay she means the world to me one of the special people in my life like you. Prayers to you and your mom and family xoxo

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    • you take care of yourself
      you are worth it!
      keep creating and being smart with you health – you do both so very well
      I’m beginning to see a little light at the end of this tunnel I got myself jammed in – but I’ll get out eventually
      You are such an amazing role model – you keep trying to remain positive and you continue to create, you’re honest and a true friend to those in your world
      be well
      be happy, Dan
      am:)

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