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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
Haha, I take some pretty challenging courses. It bugs the snot out of me sometimes, but when it gets down to it, I really do enjoy expanding my knowledge, and there is NOTHING better than finally understanding something after hours of frustration!
I am glad that, at least, I do not have attention problems. Well, unless it comes to whether I should do homework or talk on HF or something ;) Being dyslexic, dyscaculic and ADD would just send me over the edge!
I'm not so sure that I'm retraining Kenzie though xD I feel almost guilty for hanging around her too much because I'm afraid I'll encourage or teach a new bad habit. I'm definitely not ready to take on a yearling like her indefinitely, and I'm so relieved to know that she has a good place to go where she won't be ruined by someone with little yearling (or abused/neglected horse, for that matter) experience!
All of this stuff with Kenzie has really left me scratching my head on how the heck I didn't get both Sour and I killed...I started working with her when she was even younger than Kenzie. I guess she's a better horse than I thought! LOL So glad she's 220 lbs, and not 1,000 though...
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