I love this story. This is a Texas story about back when Greg and Linda had horses. Greg said he woke up one morning and couldn't believe his eyes; there was a horse drinking out of the kitchen sink! Then he had to carefully lead the horse outside so as not to ruin the floor. Hey, what can you do when you are a thirsty horse? When I was in Corsicana Texas back around 2008 I talked to a woman who ran a thrift store and who also had horses. She said one of the horses could unlatch the gate, open the front door and get inside the house. This always made them nervous because they had china cabinets full of fine china and antique glassware. I think a little differently; I would have gotten rid of the china cabinets and taught the horse how to make breakfast. Here's another horse tale: On Twelfth Street, a riderless horse came cantering through the wild rain, spooked by the storm. A front gate had been left open by people going down to stare at the water on the beach. The horse turned at that open gate and entered the yard. The horse climbed the porch steps. The front door was open too. The horse nosed its way into the house. It went straight up the staircase to the second floor. -Al Roker, from his book THE STORM OF THE CENTURY, Tragedy, Heroism, Survival, and the Epic True Story of America’s Deadliest Natural Disaster: The Great Gulf Hurricane of 1900