The big problem in this situation would be bad timing. I'm going back to college soon (this year or next), and I realize now that I was irresponsible buying Bliss when I knew I'd have to eventually balance work and school. If I don't have the time to work Bliss now, it's certainly not going to get any easier when I have school to worry about.
So now I don't know what to do. I want to do what's best for Bliss, and I'm having trouble deciding what that is. I feel like I owe it to her to keep her, but I also feel it's not fair to her to be a pasture puff when she has so much potential. Selling her, I think, would be difficult though, since she doesn't have much training in a specific discipline. She was a pleasure horse before I bought her and she's a great trail horse when ridden in company. I began dressage training on her right after I bought her and she picked it up quick, but it'll take time to get her back on track. I'd have to find a way to ride her regularly again to make her easier to sell. But if I was able to ride her regularly, I wouldn't be having this issue in the first place. I have enough income currently to keep her even though I don't have the time... so I could just keep her in the field until my work/school issues are over, but I don't know who benefits from that. She deserves to have a job.
Bah, long rant. >.< The gist of the story is, I don't want to sell Bliss, but keeping her doesn't seem to make sense right now. I feel awful just thinking about it when I haven't even had her for a year yet. So horse people, what should I do??