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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
Ok, so I have a question. The lady buying Kenzie (I'm going to start calling her T) is still trying to schedule with me a day to buy/pick her up and honestly we've had a hard time since both of our schedules are crazy and she's wanting her trainer to be with her to pick Kenzie up so that everything goes smoothly (which I think is wise, even though Kenzie loads and hauls like a champ. I love how involved her trainer is.) They were planning to come this weekend but they called yesterday and said T is having trailer troubles so they are going to have to get it repaired before trekking down here. She is SO sweet though and knows that I'm having some financial troubles at the moment, so she suggested that she buy Kenzie this weekend (she would come down herself without the trailer) and just give me the money for her feed and shavings this week to keep her until she can be trailered to Brazoria. That sounds great to me personally because honestly I'm running REALLY low on money at the moment. I've been doing odd jobs and babysitting for some friends but I'm really hurting from the lack of my paycheck every other week, especially since I'm having to buy 3-4 bags of shavings ($28) a week at the moment and I'm about to need to buy some more feed. I honestly don't have the money for it right now. If she did buy ($200 plus the money for upkeep this week) that would reimburse some of what I've had to spend and I can pay a bill or two.
But I figured I'd check with y'all to see what you thought of us doing that. I really feel like I can trust her, she's been nothing but straightforward and we've already sort of become friends, but at the same time I don't want to get myself in any sort pickle by 'feeling' like I can trust her and something happening. So what do you think? Should I accept the offer, or just tough it out another week and hope she can come by next week to pay?
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