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        11-05-2008, 11:21 AM
    I get stressed extremely easy and just with two classes this year I'm extremely stressed out on getting homework done. Being able to work 35 hours (have to work more cause taxes will increase in January ). I talked to a co-worker and she said that she pays nothing for health insurance.........and they cover everything she says. So I might give that a try. Even if I'm paying a little bit at least I'll be covered and such. I don't care what doctors they cover since ATM I HATE my current doctor and need a new one.

    Also my concern is, Sonny puts on weight extremely quick. And I know if I don't ride him enough he'll turn into a ball of fat. He's on unlimited hay and no I can't decrease his ammount. I want him to have unlimited hay cause it's healthier for him. But I don't want to take any chances with founder or what not.

    I'm going to try to take 2 classes next semister like I'm doing now....and hopefully I'll still be able to work 35 hours or so
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