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        06-15-2013, 03:23 PM
      #171
    Trained
    Politically, I'm somewhere to the right of Rush Limbaugh. However, horses don't care. So if you want to ride, ride. If people think you are gay, a transvestite, a sissy...ignore them. Part of being an adult is doing what you believe is right instead of worrying about what others will think of you.

    At 55, I'm SOOOO glad I'm not a teen anymore. I just wish my body recovered from injuries or exercise as quickly...other than that, 55 is FAR more enjoyable than 17!

    My wife and I rode this morning. I don't care if anyone thought I was gay, hetero, ugly, cool, etc. We had fun. Mostly. Mia was having one of her "You're not the boss of me" days, and freaking over asphalt patches on the road. Given how rarely the local county repairs roads, it may well have been the first time in her life that she had seen a patch...but I was far too busy keeping her moving, not letting her turn & staying on to worry if anyone thought anything about my sexuality.

    Yesterday, Mia dragged a leg thru a staghorn cholla cactus. Again, as she covered her hind leg in spines and wanted to bolt, staying on and keeping her in one place kept me busy. That is life with horses. Mia would much rather be ridden by a skillful homosexual than by me. There are undoubtedly homosexuals who could have rolled a cigarette while riding her out. So what? Mia has me & I have her, and what WE do together is what matters when we ride.

    If you can't worry more about your horse than other people, please don't ride. It won't be safe for you, and it won't be good for the horse either. If you are REALLY lucky, you'll meet an opinionated, dominate, nervous, willing, sweet horse - like Mia. And she'll keep you too busy stretching your riding skill to worry about some weenie on the sidelines of life!

    Mia & I about 20 minutes after the cactus yesterday.She was staring at a vicious moving van, which had rumbling sounds coming from its belly (hungry!). Do you see me looking around, worried if someone will see me with one hand on the saddle horn? Nope! And Mia wasn't even rebelling at this point...just feeling nervous:

         
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        06-15-2013, 03:55 PM
      #172
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by bsms    

    My wife and I rode this morning. I don't care if anyone thought I was gay, hetero, ugly, cool, etc. We had fun. Mostly. Mia was having one of her "You're not the boss of me" days, and freaking over asphalt patches on the road. Given how rarely the local county repairs roads, it may well have been the first time in her life that she had seen a patch...but I was far too busy keeping her moving, not letting her turn & staying on to worry if anyone thought anything about my sexuality.

    Yesterday, Mia dragged a leg thru a staghorn cholla cactus. Again, as she covered her hind leg in spines and wanted to bolt, staying on and keeping her in one place kept me busy. That is life with horses. Mia would much rather be ridden by a skillful homosexual than by me. There are undoubtedly homosexuals who could have rolled a cigarette while riding her out. So what? Mia has me & I have her, and what WE do together is what matters when we ride.
    Just wanting to say, I giggled way too much at this =)

    I also agree that spending time thinking about other people, your hair/clothes/how cool you look, nails, whatever while riding a horse is probably not all that safe...
         
        06-15-2013, 04:03 PM
      #173
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by nvr2many    
    Not to be rude but seems the redundancy just keeps going. And its a bit creepy (IMO). Starting to think someone just wants attention and if I am wrong I am sorry but just ride **** it!
    Completely agree.

    We're either being trolled... or... well, who knows. :)
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        06-15-2013, 04:04 PM
      #174
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by bsms    
    Look at those heels down! You have a career as a hunter / jumper!
    soenjer55 and wild old thing like this.
         
        06-15-2013, 04:12 PM
      #175
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by bsms    
    Politically, I'm somewhere to the right of Rush Limbaugh. However, horses don't care. So if you want to ride, ride. If people think you are gay, a transvestite, a sissy...ignore them. Part of being an adult is doing what you believe is right instead of worrying about what others will think of you.

    At 55, I'm SOOOO glad I'm not a teen anymore. I just wish my body recovered from injuries or exercise as quickly...other than that, 55 is FAR more enjoyable than 17!

    My wife and I rode this morning. I don't care if anyone thought I was gay, hetero, ugly, cool, etc. We had fun. Mostly. Mia was having one of her "You're not the boss of me" days, and freaking over asphalt patches on the road. Given how rarely the local county repairs roads, it may well have been the first time in her life that she had seen a patch...but I was far too busy keeping her moving, not letting her turn & staying on to worry if anyone thought anything about my sexuality.

    Yesterday, Mia dragged a leg thru a staghorn cholla cactus. Again, as she covered her hind leg in spines and wanted to bolt, staying on and keeping her in one place kept me busy. That is life with horses. Mia would much rather be ridden by a skillful homosexual than by me. There are undoubtedly homosexuals who could have rolled a cigarette while riding her out. So what? Mia has me & I have her, and what WE do together is what matters when we ride.

    If you can't worry more about your horse than other people, please don't ride. It won't be safe for you, and it won't be good for the horse either. If you are REALLY lucky, you'll meet an opinionated, dominate, nervous, willing, sweet horse - like Mia. And she'll keep you too busy stretching your riding skill to worry about some weenie on the sidelines of life!

    Mia & I about 20 minutes after the cactus yesterday.She was staring at a vicious moving van, which had rumbling sounds coming from its belly (hungry!). Do you see me looking around, worried if someone will see me with one hand on the saddle horn? Nope! And Mia wasn't even rebelling at this point...just feeling nervous:

    I'm somewhere to the left of all the Kennedys, Nancy Pelosi and possibly Karl Marx but I love your post and your sentiments! And I can't stop smiling over here.

    Spot on!!

    (your Mia is a pretty thing)

    (ps. Look out for horse eating killer frogs!)
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        06-15-2013, 04:16 PM
      #176
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by wild old thing    
    I'm somewhere to the left of all the Kennedys, Nancy Pelosi and possibly Karl Marx but I love your post and your sentiments! And I can't stop smiling over here.

    Spot on!!

    (your Mia is a pretty thing)

    (ps. Look out for horse eating killer frogs!)
    LOLZ, I"m somewhere outside of the borders along with the whole "FFS we need something FAR DIFFERENT" because what we have AIN'T WORKING!"

    Is there a place for that? Normally I'd say I'm in the middle somewhere with little feelers in both directions, but I kinda feel like politics have gotten wayyyy out of hand and out of touch lately X_X


    If this is a troll he isn't a good one. I'd lean towards SUPER INSECURE TEENAGER, myself. ;)
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        06-15-2013, 04:20 PM
      #177
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by demonwolfmoon    
    LOLZ, I"m somewhere outside of the borders along with the whole "FFS we need something FAR DIFFERENT" because what we have AIN'T WORKING!"

    Is there a place for that? Normally I'd say I'm in the middle somewhere with little feelers in both directions, but I kinda feel like politics have gotten wayyyy out of hand and out of touch lately X_X


    If this is a troll he isn't a good one. I'd lean towards SUPER INSECURE TEENAGER, myself. ;)
    Ditto on the politics.

    And double ditto on the troll thoughts.
         
        06-15-2013, 06:13 PM
      #178
    Started
    I'm leaning to a person much younger than 17. 12-14 is more like it.
         
        06-15-2013, 07:24 PM
      #179
    Banned
    I'm kind of awkward, so what should I say when I call?

    P.S. Folks, if you think I'm trolling you may as well leave this thread. There is no point in talking to someone if you think they're trolling. Just do yourself a favor and leave.
         
        06-15-2013, 07:32 PM
      #180
    Yearling
    "Hi, my name is ____ and I'm interested in taking riding lessons at your barn/stable."
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