The SO had a dream that he had to go to war.  He had to find someone to watch Z for a few hours. Apparently this was a fast war. He was getting mad since he couldn’t find me.

Then he realized that Z was small so he was in the past before he met me.

He was telling me about this the next morning. I told him that he knew where I lived so he could just show up. 

Him:  What am I supposed to say? “Hi, you don’t know me but you’ll have to get to know this kid sooner or later so how about starting now?”

Me:  Yeah, that wouldn’t work.

Him:  We live together and are very happy?

Me:  I’m married at this point so I don’t think I’d believe you.  You’d have to prove it.

Him:  I could tell you that your husband leaves you in 2007, Spirit dies in 2008, Snowball dies in 2009, and Ozzie dies in 2010. 

Me:  staring at him   I am not going anywhere with you.

Him:   laughing   Did I mention that you are very happy?

One Reply to “Why you shouldn’t know the future”

  1. Hi, there! Thanks for your comment! I was looking for an email on your page but didn’t find one, so thought I’d just leave a comment here.

    I think your comment gave my decision a little bit more reality. Yes I love horses but there are ways to enjoy them without risking being launched into the air. There is a stable in the area that has rescue horses. You can volunteer to brush/walk them. I’m not sure if they are accepting volunteers but I sent them an email and hope they have an opening. That would help to lessen the blow a bit.

    I just wrote an email to Wings’ owner to let her know I am going to be ending my lease but I haven’t sent it yet. I sort of know that if I hit send I am essentially closing the riding chapter in my life. I’m sure I’ll ride a horse again but I may never ride regularly again. My entire childhood/teen years was filled with horses and it really saddens me to know I’m turning away from that. Not sure where I am going with this but thought you might understand.

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