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        11-08-2010, 10:23 AM
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    Im here to ask your help again????

    You all have given me some great advice on all of this:
    Correct me if im wrong... RANT

    Correct me if im wrong... RANT

    So as much as I wish this would end... it just seems to get worse and worse. October 24-25 was the state drill competition. I went down since my horse was there. Well I ended up helping out tremendously. From hoof blacking the horses, wrapping legs, putting the ribbons in the tail, glittery ribbons on the butts. Everyone was kind to me.

    Well my friend quit after this competition because of all the drama, and the way his mom (technically his step mom) talked to him throughout the year. Always making snide comments and everything.

    Well this weekend, my moms drill team had a meeting. In which the coach asked me to be his assistant and ride. So I accepted. And my friend and I knew it was coming cause my mom told me beforehand. Well he asked me to ask the coach if he could be on the team. Cause he really enjoyed it. Just couldnt handle all the drama and comments made about him on the other team. And the coach said of course he can join, anyone who wants to ride should be on this team.

    Well, his sister is also on moms team. And she got all pissed about it. Saying that he shouldnt do that to their family and they are struggling to stay a team and are already short riders. And they are short riders because of the way their mom treats everyone. But she was making it all OUR fault.
    So as soon as we left she called her father and mother, and told them that he only quit the team to join this one. So now... they are blaming everything on me. And Im a bad influence. And they took his horse away because I influence him to much. Which deffinatley is not the case... he's to stubborn to be influenced. Lol.

    This whole thing is just beyond me. No matter how hard I try to keep the peace and quiet, and be polite. It always comes back and bites me in the ass.... Ugh...

    Well thanks to those of you who read all this and respond!!!!
         

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