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    10-29-2012, 08:19 AM
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Weanling
How should I answer?

Ok so to make a long story short and not be completely rude about it I will hide all horrible things about my family members barn. Seriously its a damaged looking structure, a scary one at that. I was just wondering, if she asks me to board at her place what shall I say? I'm a very truthful person even when it might hurt feelings, but in this sensitive case I don't want to hurt her feelings.
There have been recent complaints from boarders at her place with all the dangerous conditions and not to mention the sticky muck of ground that exists out there, it is complete marshland. She might want me to so how do I go about telling her no? For the first time I can own a horse and afford the nice barns. That's what I want, not to mention just all around safety for my horse.
     
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    10-29-2012, 08:47 AM
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I'd just tell her you like where your horse is now. You like the lessons, your satisfied with his care and he got used to the place, so you don't want to uproot him again for no particular reason. You can even say you made some friends and would not want to leave for social reasons as well.
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    10-29-2012, 08:58 AM
  #3
Yearling
Exactly what Hildago said. Just tell them you are happy where you are & you'll keep the offer in mind if anything changes
     
    10-29-2012, 01:12 PM
  #4
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by hidalgo13    
i'd just tell her you like where your horse is now. You like the lessons, your satisfied with his care and he got used to the place, so you don't want to uproot him again for no particular reason. You can even say you made some friends and would not want to leave for social reasons as well.
ita! :d
     
    10-29-2012, 01:27 PM
  #5
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Trained
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Originally Posted by huntergrl    
She might want me to so how do I go about telling her no?
Say = "Thank you. I will keep that in mind."
     

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