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Oct 13, 2010 7:07 PM CST
Name: Holly
South Central Pa
I grew up in the city Harrisburg. Back then we walked almost every where. Since then the most walking I did was when the kids were little and I would take them on pony rides. I would saddle up the pony and put one of the kids on it and start walking. Julie got her first pony for her 3rd Birthday and I fell and broke my ankle that same week. Just a small break and the Dr put on a walking cast. I kept going back to him because I was wearing out the bottom of the cast taking her for rides, we are talking 3+miles. Finally after 3 weeks and 3 casts my Dr said do you have a good pair of tight boots? Just go home and put them on. Hilarious!
Life is Great! Holly
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