Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Grand Lake, Oklahoma
Yadlim: Training for others is hard. It'd be easy for me if I still had my own equine to go back to at the end of the day. As for poor training, the ranch owner I'm "working" for would beat anyone who treated a horse that way, then boot them from her property forever. And if anyone who owns a certain horse comes onto the property and chases a horse around aggressively, she tells everyone to not help. We've done it before where half of us sat there and watched as two idiot boys chased this skittish gelding around a pasture for a couple hours. We cheered him on. I also found their open trailer to be disgusting, told the ranch owner, took a cell picture for her, and she sent it to the horse's owner knowing she'd be pissed to see what these boys were going to be putting her horse into.
But anyway, I wish I could have Scotch. He's such a sweety.
Sandy2u1: I am working for it. I have a job, looking for another. He won't exactly get to "spend" it for me after this Friday. My papa (who I work for atm) is cutting me off from my usual charges so he can give me a real pay check so I can stick a boot in my boyfriend's ass. As for not being married - we both intend to spend our lives together, but marriage as far as I know is something I can't exactly hold my breath on. I won't either.
I work for a horse. I don't know how you got that I'm trying to click my heels for one to magically appear. Before a month ago, though, I had no motivation or heart to try as hard as I felt like I wanted to because of depression, anxiety, and psychosis. Now I'm on medication, and it's hitting hard in my heart that, with all of this new help and ambition, I still can't see the light at the end of the tunnel for my passion.