call2arms wrote:That's it.
I'm moving over. I'm sure you've got room for 2 extra dogs and an elder cat. I just need to get a horse.
iluvk9 wrote:call2arms wrote: I just need to get a horse.
I rent Truman out.
plebayo wrote:It's a lot of fun... I could sell my horse and live better but it's just not worth it because we have so much fun.
iluvk9 wrote:plebayo wrote:It's a lot of fun... I could sell my horse and live better but it's just not worth it because we have so much fun.
Don't sell Cairo. You will regret it. The money would only last for a few months bills anyway, and you will have heartbreak forever.
I sold my horse, Ashley, when I graduated High School because I didn't think I would have enough time for him while I went to college. I still regret it.
iluvk9 wrote:Suzanne, I have a book I re-read every so often called If Life is a Game, These are the Rules. One of the chapters is called "There" Is No Better Than "Here". To apply it to your last post, there is always something we think will be better, (not living at home, having more cash available, a newer car) but once we get it, there is still no better than here because another there will just show up.
So, live in the now. Enjoy your rides with Cairo.
call2arms wrote:I agree, she seems like a more than amazing horse, and she deserves to live the rest of her life with you. It's a huge expense but hell I'm sure it's more than worth it - it's my lifelong dream. One day.
Not directed towards you at all, but I hate seeing horses, because they are a luxury, get sold like cars or toys, to those who can afford. I'm not saying it's that way for everyone, but I've seen too many rich, spoiled kids change ponies or horses like you change underwear. It's not a bicycle.
Joyce, I'll rent Truman anytime. Is he one of those that take immense pleasure in making sure he, and your legs don't fit between those 2 tree trunks, or that this branch will smack you right in the face?
call2arms wrote:I think I've read too much FHOTD (I know the lady doesn't like pit bulls, but she's funny sometimes) with dumped/sold/trained-boarded abused horses that if I ever have one, I'll keep it until it would pass away, or until I couldn't truly feed it myself.
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