When I say postpone, I mean stop the planning right this second. For all I know, since the wedding planner didnt actually BOOK anything, its all up in the air. So I don't mean push off the wedding, it could mean move it closer. I just feel a little let down that I did waste so much time. On top of it, before deciding to do it at my home, I had put a non refundable deposit on a venue, which I lost, at my discretion. Between these two instances, I have lost over $1000- though I do ont fault the venue at all- it was my choice to move it ot my home.
MLS- there is a lot more to planning than just having a place to stand or sit. I have to bring in tables, chairs, china, caterers, bartenders, linens, lighting- those are only the foundation for the reception, then you have to do the same for cocktail hour and decor for ceremony. I know I COULD do it, but its just beginning to feel like a wedding is a hassle. But marriage isnt. I'd be happy with a small ceremony in the mountains followed by light dinner and dancing with only our immdiate family and matron of honor.
As for the fencing... the neighbors own the pasture. We have nice white vinyl fencing along the road, and white tape arounnd the other 3/4 of it. There is an additonal attached goat pasture which has the chicken fencing separating the two pastures. I offered to run eletric across the top, and the neighbor said to let her husband decide bc she had already suggested that.
I am not concerned that the scars are comnig from "bad injuries", it just when horses get hurt, they normally grow white hair in that spot. Well my gelding is grey, and the wire marks are black. They didnt break the skin- I don't think. There was no sign of blood there, just black marks (like I said, I am not familiar with injuries- knock on wood). But he looks like he's been in battle. I am upset at myself/my neighbors bc I have spoken to them about their fencing before. But I love having my horses at home, and that pasture is my only option unless I board two horses which probably isnt feasible. On top of that, she didnt even tell me! She said she was going to, but forgot because she started cooking dinner. I don't blame her, its not her fault. But MY horses have never been hurt here, and she brings in this other horse and now Aidan is hurt.. just not happy- but it is her pasture, plain and simple.