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    10-16-2013, 12:32 PM
@Clydesdales Whoops! I'm writing another story of someone called Meg, thanks for the heads up! I'm glad people are enjoying it . I'll post some more a little while later!!
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    10-17-2013, 12:46 AM
I've read that story aswell it's great!
    10-21-2013, 12:32 PM
Tania's dad smiled and patted his daughter's back. Seems like she hasn't lost her touch.

The next morning tania got up early and went outside to Raven's pen. She leaned on the railing for a while. Raven turned his head and looked at her. Who gives this being right to disturb the stallion of his herd? Who told her she can come and watch him? Raven gave an angry squeal, reared and turned to face Tania. Somehow, she knew what was coming next. Raven stormed towards her. Tania stood as still as she could and tried not to look scared. She saw doubt shoot through Raven's eyes, but just for a mere second. She stood a little taller and looked him straight in the eyes. Mistake. He saw this as a challenge and flung himself against the rails. Tania staggered backwards. Dispite a small limb, he didn't seem to have any injuries. She sneaked back to her room, hoping her dad wouldn't notice. But of course, he did. ''Tania, why is Raven limbing?'' he asked later that day. ''Uhm, I don't see a limb,'' Tania replied. ''Don't be silly. Of course there's a limb!'' he said impaitiently. ''Oh yes, I see it now. I have no idea what happened,'' she said a bit too suspiciously. ''You sure he didn't run into the railing this morning?'' her dad asked. ''W-what?'' Tania staggered. How would her dad know? ''I saw you through the window Tania,'' He said crossly. Tania hanged her head and avoided her father's gaze. ''Why lie to me?'' he asked sadly. ''Dad, I know you think I've lost my touch. And maybe you're right, maybe I have,'' she said and headed to the house. Her dad's gaze followed her through the kitchen door.

Sorry I took so long posting more, i've been busy :(. Any suggestions on what can hapen next? I'm baffled :O
To ride or not to ride? What a stupid qeustion!
    10-21-2013, 06:25 PM
Maybe she should try and prove that she hasn't lost her touch or somthing
    10-22-2013, 01:51 AM
@Clydesdales - I thought about that for a while and I got it! . I think I'll be able to post more this afternoon!
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    10-22-2013, 03:56 PM
Green Broke
Just a side note for future reference. It would be a limp not a limb. A limb is on a tree. Not poking fun just an honest tip. It is a good read and keep it going please.
    10-28-2013, 12:03 PM
Tania went up to her room and plopped down on her soft velvet bed that stood next to the window. Tania was very pleased with her room, since it looked out over the ranch's main square. She looked down to the fountain that was surrounded by green grass neatly framed by perfectly trimmed hedges. A few cowboys were sitting underneath a big willow that disrupted the hedge's perfect line. Their horses were sipping water from the fountain. A big bay, a gold palomino, a grey......

Tania sighed and leaned against the headrest. She watched the birds fly to and fro against the cloudless sky. The scene made her sleepy, and before she knew it, she slipped into a peaceful nap.
Tania woke with a start. She was covered with a warm quilt and her curtains were drawn tightly. She heard crickets, frogs and a few horses outside. She turned to her alarm clock. 12:33 pm. She got up and peeked through the curtains. Outside she saw a dark shape shift near Raven's pen off to her left. She squinted as she tried making Raven's shape. He was standing next to the rails, next to another horse. It had four white stockings, and a white blaze. It was as black as the night. As if sensing Tania watching, the horse blew into Raven's nose, turned towards the far paddock and trotted away. The motion sensor light went on and Tania saw a mere second of the horse's breathtaking beauty. She stared after the horse for a while, when another shape shifted at the fountain. A few white figures shifted next to the fountain. Tania made out her father's big grey gelding, a paint, a light palomino, a dun and a cremelo. She sighed and got back into bed. No use in staying up. She would ask her father about the black horse the next morning.
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    10-30-2013, 12:10 PM
"So Tania. Today we are going shopping for school. You know, it starts in a week!" Tania's mother said the next morning. "School?" Tania asked confused. "Yes. Did you think you can just drop out at 16?" Her mother asked sternly. "Well, I, uh, I just thought....." She stuttered. "That you can just fall out and become a cowboy that has no degree?" Her mother said. Tania just kept quiet. "Well. Get dressed!" Her mother said. Tania glanced down at her pajamas, thought about saying something else, decided against it and ran up the stairs. She pulled on a tight light pink skirt that reached her mid-thigh. It made her gorgeous tan legs look even better. She slipped on a tight blue tank top and some blue high heels. She grabbed a pink purse and headed back downstairs. "Why don't you have some toast?" Her mother asked. "I'm not hungry, but thanks," Tania said. Her mother glanced at her wasp-thin waist and looked doubtful. "If you're sure," she sighed. Tania followed her mother outside to the white land rover. Her father looked up from the saddle he was repairing. He didn't even try to hide his disgust at Tania's outfit. She glanced away and kept her eyes on her mother's perfect auburn waves.

At the small mall Tania and her mother were sitting by one of the tables in the food court. There were shopping bags strewn at their feet and Tania was daintily picking at her salad. A few guys were sitting across from her and they kept whispering and glancing in her direction. "Are you finishing that? 'Cause. I need to run a few errands," her mother said. "I'll catch up with you later mom," Tania said and put on her brightest smile. "Ok then. See you later. Oh, and I'll quickly drop these off at the car," she said and gestured to the shopping bags. She rose, gathered the bags and walked off. Tania sat and stared at her salad. She couldn't get over the fact that no matter what she did, her father seemed disgusted with her. She pulled her face into a stubborn pout. Well then, she'll just act like the big city girl that he thinks she is. She'll sit around filing her nails all day, she'll go out of her way to avoid stepping in horse poop, and she'll pull up her nose around the horses. Her face broke into a grin. Yeah, that'll make him angry. Her face turned back to neutral. "You look kind of funny makin' all those faces you know," a deep voice said. Tania looked up into intense green eyes. She studied the guy in front of her. Sandy blonde hair, a tan and obviously great body, perfect face and a gorgeous half grin topped with dimples. Tania put on her biggest smile. She laughed. "Yeah, got a lot on my mind," she shrugged. "Can I sit?" He asked. "Of course!" Tania said. She was kind of disappointed, since she wanted to be alone, but she controlled her emotions so well, even her mother doesn't notice her disappointment. "I'm Jesse by the way," the guy said. "I'm Tania," she smiled.
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    10-31-2013, 03:54 AM
Tania stared out the window in the car on the way home. "And that big smile?" Her mother teased. "Hmmmm" Tania sighed. She didn't even notice the sheepish grin on her face. "No, come on! Out with it!" Her mother laughed. "Oh I met some pretty cool guys. They are also in the same school I'm going to," Tania said. Jesse had introduced all his friends. Tania had found out that they're a year older than her, and of course, they attend the same school. "How could I not know? You know, it's so like you to latch onto a guy first thing," her mother said. She rambled on a bit more, but Tania wasn't listening. All the guys were pretty awesome, but she liked Jesse best.

That night she went to sleep thinking about those striking green eyes.
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    10-31-2013, 04:48 AM
A few months later, and Raven was doing great under saddle. Of course, Tania wouldn't know, since she hasn't worked with him once since the day her father got mad at her. She would sit on her bed and watch her father lunging, breaking, and even riding him. She was already queen bee at school, and everyone adored her. She was nice, beautiful, athletic, what was not to like. A few guys had asked her out, but she said no. Jesse had told her once that he liked her, even if it was by accident. She liked him too. And he asked her to the dance that was taking place in a few days. Tania's life was once again, perfect. Except for two things, Mandy, who was now Tania's arch enemy because Tania took her title, and her dad. Who hated her. At least, that's what she figured. She was sitting on her bed today, watching her dad ride Raven. He dismounted, led him into the barn that sat left of the big Willow tree. After about ten minutes, he came out again leading his grey horse. He mounted and trotted out of Tania's view. Tania got up, grabbed an apple and headed ot to the barn. The barn was big, forty stalls at least
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