Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Northern Wisconsin
Don't do this...I actually slammed my head on my desk when I read this. Some girl replying to my ad.
"Dear M, I'm a 14 year old girl desperate for a horse! I've wanted one since I was about 7. When I was 9, I asked my parents if I could get a horse and they said no. Their reason was, "It's going to be to much work, and it's going to cost to much money to take care of." Now, 5 years later, 14 years old now, I've done my best to save money up. I have a job that starts at five in the morning and ends at 3. I go to my friends house to learn about horses because she own three of them. I have trained, rode, fed, cleaned, and anything else possible with her horses. Now all I really want is a horse of my own! please help me make my dreams come true! And thanks for giving me a chance! Sincerely, Macey" Yeah like a yearling won't be too much work...keep dreamin honey.
All these below were from the same girl even after I told her there way no way I was wasting my time sending her more pictures.
" can you send me more pictures of your horse i think it is so beautiful"
"just turned 11 and next year is my golden birthday and im saving up my money for a horse because i really want a horse so thats what i am saving my money up for and i am very interested in your horse but i dont have the money right now to buy him but when i do and if hes not already sold i might buy him. and can you send me more pictures of your horse
thank you" My yearling is a filly!!!!!!! I stated in numerous times in my ad and ugh...her name is MISS Snap On Patches...not MR.
I think I'm going on strike...forever.
To see the wind's power, the rain's cleansing, and the sun's radiant life, one need only to look at the horse.