Some of you may recall a couple of posts I made concerning English lessons. Now I finally have an update.
For the past five months now I've been looking for a job. I was competing with college graduates, people with much more work experience, etc for jobs-even at places like McDonalds. Yesterday I was called and offered a "walk-in interview", which I gladly accepted. I managed to be the first candidate to show up and I was immediately offered a job. ^-^ Since I have a Part-Time job which will allow me to save enough money to return to college this summer AND to take lessons I'll be doing just that, starting lessons.
I hope to begin next week (the mother promised to pay for the first week) and was just wondering if anyone had any advice.
I'm accepting any advice at this point. A little background information to help you out would be:
-I'm nineteen years old.
-5'7.5" and weigh approx. 105lbs (yay metabolism -.-).
-Ridden Western numerous times.
-Ridden English twice (once at a summer camp and another at a "try-out" for an equestrian team that I knew I wouldn't get on XD I had fun though!).
-Never had an actual riding lesson.
Alright, so in other words, I'm extremely tiny, not a lot of muscle...okay, no muscle, and completely new to English riding.
I don't know a lot of terminology when it comes to English. I just know they have those English saddles, bridles, and do two-point and post trot.
^That's about all my knowledge in the matter. XD
So yes, I'm open to any advice ^-^ Anything that I should know before starting?
Thank you in advance! Any help/advice is appreciated!(: