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Valley Home News 9-23-20
Winnie Mullins

Our Valley Home community sends our thoughts and prayers out to one of the toughest cowgirls I know. Piper Faith Nunes was injured this past week while caring for her horse. She went out to feed, after throwing hay, she bent down to go through the panels to pet her horse, she must have spooked or something, the last thing Piper remembers is being struck in the head. Her jaw was fractured in 3 places, she had a skull fracture and a minor brain bleed.  Her jaw will be wired shut for 4 weeks, the skull and brain bleed should heal on its own. She was flown by helicopter to Children’s Hospital. Piper had surgery the next day. Piper is 9 years old and is a best friend to all those who know her. She is the big sister to Sutter and Swayzee and the little sister to Wyatt. She has a huge personality and is always smiling! She loves to be involved in everything. She loves to barrel race and loves to be around her horses! Piper loves anything to do with rodeo. She knows no stranger and makes friends wherever she goes! Piper is strong and outgoing and always strives to be her best! She is always ready to lend a hand to anyone who needs it. Piper is ready to be home and get back in the saddle. She is a very dedicated and talented cowgirl. Piper, all your friends miss you and send their happy thoughts and good wishes to you for a quick recovery! We love you very much!


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