Horses bring smiles to Good Samaritan residents in Windom

WINDOM, M.N. - For the residents at the Good Samaritan Society in Windom, Thursday is by far the best day of the week.

“So everybody eats really fast on Thursday afternoons because they know the horses are coming right after lunch,” said activities director Lindsey O’Brien.

“They always are so friendly to you,” said resident Sandy Thompson. “They come over and you can pet them and they’ll maybe lick your hand and hope you have something good for them to eat.”

“He was being so nice, the horse was, so I gave him a kiss on the nose,” said resident Dolores Bohning.

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