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        08-26-2012, 05:55 PM
    Green Broke
    Oh the saddest part is it's the girls mom causing all the issues. The girl is only like 13 I think and very quiet. But the grandma isn't much better either. She "accidentally" took someone's bridle for a 3 day weekend and then when she got back she put up a note that she found it and hung it back up. Not even an appology and it was resized with the curb put back on wrong so we know they used it. And since they were the only ones gone for the weekend we know they were the ones that took it.

    They would use other horses stalls when they were turned out. My supplements were going way to fast. This is a rather small barn and I know for a fact the only other person out there enough to take it wouldn't have. They are now locked up, which I am sure caused part of the stir today. They would steal hay that was set out for the stall board horses. They took buckets to shows and other supplies that doesn't belong to them.

    They threw a fit when their horse wasn't turned out on "pasture". They pay for paddock board which does not include grass, hence the name paddock not pasture. The pasture they wanted her on is a dirt lot with weeds but they see green so automatically assume its grass, whatever.

    They actually had the nerve to tell me their horse needed the grass because she needed to gain weight, as I was walking Lizzy who was still a good 200 lbs underweight at that point. Seriously?!? Their horse is fat, plain and simple. Lizzy could run circles around this horse it is so out of shape. It has fat pockets on it's butt.

    I've seriously had it with them. They say anything about how their horse is "bloody" from a **** bite I will loose it. Theire horse was not bloody I had just seen it since I had just fed it. It was fine. The dumbass fluffy horse rubs on all the trees and scrapes itself on the branches. I've watched it. It killed a few little trees because it spends all day climbing in them. They seriously cannot tell the difference between a bite and a scratch?? And guess what, it's a horse. Want to bubble wrap the darn thing. Jeesh.
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        08-26-2012, 06:46 PM
    Green Broke
    Boarding can be hard. All my gear and feed an lives at home and I just bring it as I need it.

    With the rest of it - none of its really your problem is it? Where they keep their horse, what they complain about, it's injuries - none of its your problem. Its their problem and the BM problem so don't make it your problem. If she wants to keep the people there, let her deal with it, just walk away, if they complain to you just don't comment and send them on to the BM.

    People can be frustrating.
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        08-26-2012, 07:05 PM
    I can def see how you get so fusterated. Especially stealing your feed, like who does that!

    Talkin.bout feed, m&ms and lemonaide for breaky today lol. Ill pay for it later. :P
        08-26-2012, 09:26 PM
    Green Broke
    Well I also work there so it does affect me. And since they have freaked about my horse being somewhere as well. And I now have another stall to clean. But the owner is having a talk with them tomorrow.
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        08-26-2012, 09:34 PM
    That will hopefully be a step in the right direction for you :)
    Fingers crossed :)
        08-26-2012, 09:36 PM
    Green Broke
    Haha let's hope.

    Ps: that sounded like a good lunch haha.
        08-26-2012, 09:43 PM
    Mmm I wonder what a mini m&ms sandwich would taste like, I think it would be an awesome idea haha.. Im trying it!!!

    God I think of the most random things at tafe.. Im soooo not interested in electrical lol..
    Where do sea shells come from?
    Who mows the lawn in the big brother house?

    Oh so boring. :(
        08-26-2012, 09:52 PM
    Wow the randomness is awesome LOL
    I love twix right now....i need more chocolate.....
        08-26-2012, 09:55 PM
    I made my first attempt at ombre nails today. :3 I'm rather happy with them. Still need to get another q-tip dipped in nail polish removing and clean up some more around the edges though. XD

        08-26-2012, 10:01 PM
    I think im going through a bit of sugar overload lol..
    I loooovvveeee twix bars! I had a crunchy sundae yesterday, I think I could die happy after eating it lol so good.

    I love your nails! I wish I could do that, im very good clear nail polish and that's it lol

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