Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: I live in rainy England
• Horses: 0
I kind of do because right now my life is horses. I work with horses, I live with horses because I live on site, all my friends here are my work and house mates because I moved to London where I know absolutely no one so I don't get enough social practice with non horsey people because practically everyone I know is horsey. The people I meet who I don't work or live with are clients who come to ride and most of them are children anyway. I don't know how to meet new people really because I've never been the most outgoing person so I'm not one of those who can talk to a stranger and know everything about them. That talent is my mother's and it's skipped a generation. The only time recently that I've spoken to a stranger was on the coach home and it took me 4 1/2 hours out of a 5 hour journey to start talking to him and then once at a club which wasn't the most stimulating conversation and I've seen him once since and not really spoken to him since then so my social skills in the non horsey world aren't getting practiced at all.
Eagles may soar but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines.