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        03-21-2013, 07:00 PM
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    Kenzie had a little bit of a 'baby melt down' today about not wanting stand tied quietly so the tying tree became Mr. Patience Tree today. Ginger was calling her like crazy from their pen which wasn't helping I'm sure, but no excuses for little madam, even if she was looking rather adorable ;)

    Crazy little gal. After about ten minutes of huffing and puffing about not getting her way though, she settled down and waited quietly for me to pick her feet and turn her out for dinner. Allyson - 1 Kenzie - 0! LOL

    What do you guys think of me starting a Members Journal about Kenzie, Sour, and whoever else might cross my path? This thread practically serves as one anyways, but now that we're out of the 'red' and even 'yellow' zone, I feel like maybe its time to say sayonara to this thread and start new :)

    On another note, my interview went well yesterday and I have another one schedualled for Monday morning at 9 am :) that's a good sign right? It sounds a bit intimidating because I'll be having an interview with both managers and my first interviewer, but fingers crossed that I'll do well! The only downside to this job is that I'll have to work 20-30 hours a week even in the school year, which will be a LOT to handle with all of my other committments, but you have to take what you can get in this economy. I can't just not have a job either because that means no income for Boom or Sour, and no horses for me, as well as no car, no graduation, no nothing xD

    Have I ever mentioned that growing up kind of stinks? I think I'd like a one way ticket back to elementry or middle school again, thankyouverymuch :)
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        03-21-2013, 07:13 PM
    Her own journal sounds good

    Fingers crossed for Monday, for sure! You'll make it, don't worry
    Regarding growing up ......once you reach my age, you'll be looking forward to retirement without responsibility ...all play....again
        03-21-2013, 07:30 PM
    <SNIP> Have I ever mentioned that growing up kind of stinks? I think I'd like a one way ticket back to elementry or middle school again, thankyouverymuch :) <SNIP> boys wanted soooo badly to be "grown up". They just refused to listen when we tried to get them to stay "a kid" as long as they could. They are 23 and 25 now and tell us all the time they wish they had listened. LOL

    Hang in there, you seem to have a pretty firm grip on it already!
        03-21-2013, 09:08 PM
    Good luck with the next round of interviews! Tons of good thoughts coming your way.
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        03-22-2013, 12:18 AM
    just want to follow. Read all 48 pages tonight.
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        03-22-2013, 12:06 PM
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    Best of luck on Monday! It will all work out.
        03-22-2013, 06:52 PM
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    Wow, Minimom! That's quite a feat in itself! Welcome to the end of this thread ;) Cookies and lemonaide to you!

    Out of curiosity, Kenzie would be considered to be brown, right? Not bay. One of the guys was debating me on this today xD
        03-22-2013, 07:28 PM
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    Here we are guys- Kenzie and Sour's Journal! I hope that you all join us on the second leg of our journey, and I thank you for sticking with us thus far!

    A Dreamer's Vessel >> Kenzie && Sour

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