From jores mom
Both her mom and her coach are aware that she is young , that this is her horse and that she is naturally worried about Indie. But it is also about trust. I alsi know that your hearts are in the right place just like her coachs heart. Sorry for the spelling my thumbs too big for jores phone keyboard. I think that deserthorsewiman is close to the truth and that you folks need to remenber as well that you are not on the ground in this situation. And when wirkung with teens they can let their emotions overtake rationality, as do we all when someone we love is involved. Encouraging patience, trust, respect is a jiob for all of us and I wiuld ask that yiou keeo thst in mind as well. I would do anything to ensure my daughters
happiness but she also has to learn to accept that life has bumps without letting it ruin her life. There is not one person in her life that doesnt put her needs above their own. She is a great teen, very smart and capable. Posted via Mobile Device
Don't worry, happens to me all the time, and to top it off, my phone has a mind if it's own when it comes to typing
Im glad you responded, and all will work out well for all involved.
And as for your daughter, you can be mighty proud of her, she is the best, most educated, serious girl her age I've ever known.
And I mean that!
Jores Mom, you have been wonderful about this whole thing and I know there were times you probably wanted to scream and throw things and find out where I lived to smack me upside the head lol. However as I said before I do apologize for the way it happened. At the end of the day though every single one of us had the same goal and that was Indie being taken care of.
I am glad things have settled down and we will all take this as a learning experience. I tend to follow with my heart over following with my mind at times, its gotten me into trouble more then a few times
To Jore's Mom.
We all know how much you all love Jore. Buying her the horse and all of the equipment - I thought throughout all of the posts about Indie how much you cared and that she was very lucky to have such supportive parents. I also know that people that aren't 'horse crazy" just don't understand our connection with our horses. It is almost a physical ache when we're not with them, or if we're worried about them. Jore seems like she is a VERY special girl with a great heart who has a very special bond with her horse. You should be proud of her. I'm sure she didn't mean to 'not trust", but I think she was extremely worried about Indie and that overrode everything else. It is hard for me, as an adult, not to panic when I think my horse is ill or injured, and it would have been impossible when I was a teenager. As you can tell, even the thought of someone else's horse being hurt sends most of us into a panic! LOL.