Some years ago a friend of mine asked me to keep his horse (a pasteboard-made horse) that his father-in-law had in his lawyer's office until the day he retired. At the time this friend had a quite normal flat, so the size of the new guest was not very suitable for it! He was seeking for people living in larger houses....I was the only one, among all of his willing friends, to offer him the opportunity to welcome it, because my home was large enough.
By the way, the horse with no name proudly stood for a few years in the house's spacious entrance until we decided, my wife and I, to move it to another place of the property, in a further building located behind the shade of a maple trees curtain.
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