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post #9381 of 17185 Old 11-29-2010, 09:47 AM
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Ooh, thanks for the info, Saskia! I googled it as well but got lazy and didn't really want to sift through websites so I just looked up definitions for the word "bay" lol. I mean after all, we named chestnuts after a tree. xD

I, also, am a fan of pintos. Surprisingly. Of course I never really liked them until I ended up with one. Funny how that works, no? xD

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post #9382 of 17185 Old 11-29-2010, 02:56 PM
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I had a bad day...
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post #9383 of 17185 Old 11-29-2010, 04:15 PM
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What happened?
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post #9384 of 17185 Old 11-29-2010, 04:17 PM
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What happened?
My cusion and I got into a big disagreement. I cried, which I never cry over this stuff. Normal I would have slapped her but thta's not good too.
I'm stressed out big time and I finally popped..
Any stress advice?
Thanks for asking.
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post #9385 of 17185 Old 11-29-2010, 04:23 PM
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As much of a cliche as it is, deep breaths really do help.
And a big whiff of warm, fluffy horses does the trick quite nicely, as well.
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post #9386 of 17185 Old 11-29-2010, 04:29 PM
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As much of a cliche as it is, deep breaths really do help.
And a big whiff of warm, fluffy horses does the trick quite nicely, as well.
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Yea horses do help. Thanks.
But I haven't rode for a week, I'm in a crew, karate, life, school, writing and stuff. I have to time. I cried in the middle of class but all the stress, but my friends were there to help me. :)

I also found a riding lesson for $25 a hour near me. I'm like , I probably going to check it tomorrow. I will ride there once a week if it's good.
I haven't been to a good stables in months since my last trainer quit.
Any advice on that?
Thanks for listening that make me happy.
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post #9387 of 17185 Old 11-29-2010, 04:40 PM
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$25 an hour? That's a steal!
If the place is decent then go for it.
I wish I had a stable with prices that cheap.
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post #9388 of 17185 Old 11-29-2010, 04:43 PM
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$25 an hour? That's a steal!
If the place is decent then go for it.
I wish I had a stable with prices that cheap.
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Lol, okay thanks.

I tell you how is going if I go tomorrow.

It used to be $45, and I didn't have that money. But $25 is a deal, my last trainer was like free. A little work here and there.
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post #9389 of 17185 Old 11-29-2010, 04:49 PM
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hope you are ok cowgirl Rode tess yesterday bareback and no bridle getting attacked my plovers. Tess was an angel

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post #9390 of 17185 Old 11-29-2010, 04:56 PM
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Stress advice - walk away. I have had disagreements with one of my flatmates so many times I have started packing, ready to go away - I have nowhere to go but I figured nowhere is better than here.

What helps me - I stop I remember that my emotions are totally created by me. While other people effect what I perceive my emotions are from me, not from anyone else and not from the outside. When I remember that I start to think "why am I upset?" Have words or actions hurt me? They're not mine, they're someone elses, therefore someone elses problem.

Then I remind myself that I don't need that person, in fact I don't need anyone, it might be nice to have friends or family or flatmates, but I don't NEED them. I can survive on my own, I can be happy on my own, the others are just a bonus, so why care what they say? If they're not going to be nice, then they're not worth my time.

It always works out, they apologise, I move on because I am forgiving. But I let go of the anger, the sadness and frustration, and that annoys the person more than almost anything else I could do :P

Its funny that you had an argument with your cousin, last night I recconnected with mine online. I haven't seen her for two years, but up until a year or so ago she was my only cousin. I started talking to her and found out she is saving desperately for a car. I offered to give her my old car that I was selling if she wants it, and she was very happy. I haven't made an effort really ever, so this I think is a step in the right direction.

$25 for a lesson is good...make sure they're good instructors though.
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