I Do Not Think Those Words Mean What You Think They Mean

Saddle Seat Wednesday

A former client of Stepping Stone Farm dropped by for a visit. We compared pasts.

She: Riding a big-moving gaited horse Saddlebred is more fun than jumping. Didn’t I agree?

Me, standing there, blinking: I understand what each individual word means but the sentence … it … I can’t … what?


Thank you for reading,
Katherine Walcott

Update. My bad. Although Saddlebreds are three- or five-gaited, they are not “gaited” horses. That refers to non-trotting breeds. Too caught up in my own joke to edit correctly. I crack myself up.

2 thoughts on “I Do Not Think Those Words Mean What You Think They Mean

  1. I had an aunt like this, and am married to another. They have troubled marshalling their thoughts, often starting in the middle of a statement, and working towards both ends, usually reaching neither. I believe I know what preference your visitor was indicating…. But W.T.F!

  2. Oh, I knew what preference she was indicating. I just couldn’t believe it. I am a lone jump rider hiding out in a barn full of saddle seat riders.

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