Originally Posted by Cinder
From the posts you've done on this forum, I got the idea you ride more than five or six times a year?
I KNOW lots of people would be happy with that, and I WAS. I was thrilled. I planned and looked forward ALL YEAR to that. BUT my love of horses wasn't completely satisfied or content with a bit less than a week of riding time in a year.
I guess you could say I nagged. If that makes me a bad daughter, I guess I must be horrible! I mean, I could be doing drugs or something, but nope. Obviously I'm horrible enough as it is.
My parents don't give me everything I want- if they did, oh my, I would have books, electronics, riding clothes, GALORE. Galore, I say. However, they picked what I like the most- riding- and pay for that and what is necessary, such as food, clothes, etc. Very little else.
Well, off to be a horrible daughter!
I sold my horse a year ago, and it was a horse I never asked for. She was a gift when my parents felt they had the money, and time. They knew I wanted one, but I never really asked. Last year we built a house, and we ran out if money, ao I sold her.
I've been on a horse 4 rimes this year for a 30while minute lesson a barn I hate, but it was cheap. We eventualy ran out if money again.
Now I have graduated, got a job, and saving for my own horse again. I know how hard it is ehen that's all you live, and breath, but no means no and that's the end of it. I don't go to the movies, I don't go out and hang with friends, I sit at home and do research on horses. Posted via Mobile Device