Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: The land of Enchantment
Well, I do not want to have to stack two separate stacks of hay for the likes of a little grass burner that makes funny noises, but I might just end up having to "biting the bullet" and doing just that. Let me tell you something you all already know...there are some dam fine horses for sale out there - dirt cheap. I want one of those...but, my mare has an eating disorder (eats dangerously fast when another horse is present) and a few personality quirks that makes finding the perfect companion extremely difficult. I can't risk "maybe a good companion" b/c if it didn't work out, what would I do?? I couldn't sell it b/c it would keep me up thinking about its well-being....all night. Oh, for the days of just plain old, "here is a new buddy". <<<<head down, pounding fist on table>>>>>
There is just as much horse sense as ever, but the horses have most of it.