Emma & Her Forever Person
by Jane Gilgun
Copyright 2011 by Jane Gilgun
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Emma and Her Forever Person
Emma wanted a forever person. Maggie said nice things about her, but deep down Emma knew that Maggie was not forever.
Maggie used to say, "Emma, what a beautiful horse you are. You are a rich chestnut color. You have kind eyes. I just love that snip of white at the end of your nose. You can jump better than any horse I know."
Whenever Emma heard these words, she arched her neck and pranced. I am a good horse, she said to herself. Someone will want me forever.
"I'm going to find you the best forever person," Maggie said, "someone who will love you and keep you forever."