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    04-07-2013, 02:45 AM
Green Broke
I've always found it a great curiosity the way relationships between people happen and just as readily unhappen. I've been caught in this social turmoil as well and it is most unpleasant. I hope all goes well with the move and of course, remember we will be expecting some obligatory pictures of life at the new barn.
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    04-07-2013, 09:49 AM
When people owe someone money, somehow the loaner becomes the dirty person and gets badmouthed, either to the loaner or to everyone else within earshot. She has lost a good barn slave and now has to take on those duties. The phrase for such people is "cutting off the nose to spite the face. She is hiding behind her text messages that is why they are gibberish. Don't respond to them as it allows her to keep some control over you. I hope the next place works out better. It's best not to mention to anyone there what has happened, just that it was time to move on.
    04-07-2013, 09:07 PM
That, my darling... is a fair weather friend.

Forget her. Don't let her get to you :)
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    04-08-2013, 01:43 PM
Yep, she has obviously already told everyone else that I am the scum of the universe. When I was there today checking on Riley, another boarder who is normally very friendly and talkative, didn't say a word to me. She didn't even look at me. Whatever, there is nothing I can do about it. I'm over it already, there is no point in feeling bad. I was more concerned about seeing my boy for the first time in a week. I missed him so much, it's been hard to go out there and spend time with him, being so pleasantly welcome at the barn and all.

I just want to fast forward to Friday! I'm sure he will walk right on, my friend is bringing her big new trailer, it's like an Escalade for horses. It's the short trailers he doesn't like. This one is big enough for warmbloods so he shouldn't have any reason to be difficult. From there, it's just settling in with the horses, and then everything can go back to normal.

Pictures of Riley's new home will definitely be coming soon!

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