THE END… OR NOT
From the earliest known history, people sat around the fire entertained with rousing tales of brave deeds as performed by the traveling bard. These storytellers went from village to village and the locals would provide food and lodging for the duration of the tale. It was therefore in the bard’s best interest to keep the story going as long as possible because life has always been hard for anyone in show biz and it is better to be inside and eating than on the road and hungry.
Bittersweet Farm 1
“You can give him some supplements, Bute for pain. You can hack out in the woods once in a while, but his show days are over.”
died. She’d been ill for a few years and it was obvious to me that she was never going to get better. She had a transparency overtaking her where each day she faded a bit more.
conduct her life. He made the arrangements for the hospitals and the doctors and begged her to marry him again and again until she finally gave in so that my future wouldn’t be in question.
year. When Greer came back from Virginia, we started in on the serious equitation and junior hunter training.