Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Port Orchard Washington State
Oh I don't give a crap about what they think. I'm moving my horses and I made that very clear.
The point is I'm tired of hearing the SH%t she's trying to pull, justifying things or not. It's not safe for horses. she apparently doesn't understand that. Now my personal thoughts are worries on Lestat. If the vet says he's absolutely unable to be safely hauled to a new location at this time then what's going to happen to him while he stays at the current place until he's sound to move. I gave notice. I said I'm moving my girls Tuesday and Lestat as well if the vet says he can.
Either way whether I explained my reason to leave or not just giving notice as I have in turn receives a cold shoulder and her blubbering back and forth on why she doesn't want to loose a border and this and that. It's unavoidable unless I jumped in my car the second she opens her mouth and just leave and then don't come back until the day I move them which with my nerves, I need to be there to check on my horses knowing the wall of the arena could now come down into their pasture! Believe me I tried to change the conversation, I tried to walk away and mess with my little boy, I interrupted and asked if she needed help with stalls. Instead of going along and talking about something different she was relentless on why I shouldn't leave. I'm tired of it. So originally I was leaving the 5th of next month, now I'm leaving on Tuesday. It's immature and inappropriate. I don't want to hear it from her. It makes the whole situation worse.
The other point I don't get is how she could possibly think her nasty attitude towards this would even remotely change my mind and make me want to stay! It's not even bully talk, it's more like a 5 year old throwing a verbal tantrum because she didn't get her lollipop at the mall.
When life gives you lemons....chuck em at whoever is giving them to you!
I don't want lemons! I want cookies!
Last edited by drafts4ever; 01-23-2012 at 03:52 AM.