Beware of what you post. It forms one of the lessons I learnt on Saturday. The other learning was a person's ability to identify his/her most loved possession by only seeing only a part of it. It might seem unrelated. But an interesting conversation with a friend led to these lessons on life.
My friend has a horse. No, I am not talking about the stunted animals on which you go for a ride around the lake in Kodaikanal, Ooty or Mahabaleshwar or even scantily snow-clad mountains of Rohtang Pass in the summer. I am talking about a real horse here. Coming back to the main story, my friend has a horse which she keeps in a farm, equipped with fenced open areas and also stables. This weekend, I was there to click pictures. During the conversation, I came to know she has recently switched to this farm. Two months back, she was using another farm. But she broke ties with the earlier farm because they let her horse be ridden without her permission. That piqued my curiosity. How did she come to know about this? That was my next question. The answer was weird. Through Facebook!
Listen to this. This gets weirder. The person who rode her horse posted a picture on Facebook. It was taken while riding her horse. The photo revealed nothing other than the ears of the horse. My friend was able to identify her horse just by looking at the ears!Tags: Musings,Horse,Facebook