Nm- love the blanket but looks like your going to have to buy one for the doggy to match! How cute would that be?
Stan-Hang in there! Man flu? I'm so using that one next time hubby is sick. That's almost as funny as manopause.
AlexS- You crack me up!
Well, the trainer came yesterday morning (the one considering moving 4 horses here) with very little notice I was in a panic at first but then thought you know this is a barn and well just like my house it gets dirty and I clean it, it gets dirty and I clean it, (repeat) it's a vicious cycle, we all are aware of that and if you come during the dirty cycle and not the clean well, that stinks but what can I do?? I would love for everything to be clean, mowed, finished, painted all at the same time but that's not reality is it? Anyway you get it. Back to the trainer, he was surprisingly a nice guy and not at all snotty LOL not sure what I expected. I think he is probably use to much nicer barns than ours but we have a really good location and are only about 10 min from his home. He texted me this morning and asked about bringing a couple of them next week just to see how it worked out. He has some issues with our sounding boards that we use to train our Paso's being in the arenas and I totally understand but I need those boards. He's going to see if he can work around them. He seemed like he would be pretty easy to work with even though our set up is not ideal for what he needs. I'm not sure where this is going I just taking it day by day. The only red flag I'm seeing so far is that it seems he moves the horses around a lot and I can't figure that one out. Why not just leave them in the same barn? I just keep thinking the extra income would be really nice, after all with homeschooling the kids I can't really go out and just get any job, plus hubby would die without me here all day taking care of his business LOL and this is I'm sure more income that I would ever make at a min. Wage job. I'm afraid of making a wrong decision but also don't want to pass up a good opportunity. Any advice will be warmly welcomed