15-03-2017 07:24 PM
16-03-2017 05:31 PM
Hey @scared01! Nice to talk to you again You sound like a really strong person to cope with your own health issues as well as caring for your sisters and your pop.
I just started nursing this year and it's pretty awesome if you're into medical stuff! I think it's a great field to be going in to because it's really hands on and caring and it's also a really stable field. Downside is it might be difficult to study online, though.
Wow! What are your horses called? How do you retrain them, does it take a long time?
16-03-2017 06:08 PM
Theres 4. My mum has a horse called bell who im retraining for her. My youngest sister has a pony called stanley
My middle sister has an aged horse called tinkerbell and now since i sold my horse ive recently brought her a new horse called nova.
Retraining depends on the discipline and the horse itself. In average it takes between 2
1-3 years maybe more to at least get all the basics established properly and get them suitable foe their rider
16-03-2017 07:47 PM
16-03-2017 08:02 PM
thats really cool @DruidChild
i dont have a favourite. i love them all. if i had my own horse it would prob be my fave but right now i dont have one so they are all equal to me
17-03-2017 12:52 PM
hey @scared01, great thread idea!
On the topic of horses, did you ever read/watch The Saddle Club? I used to loooove those books/TV shows and I went through a phase of being really interested in horses. They're something I'd like to learn more about, one day...
17-03-2017 12:55 PM
yeah i use to have the whole tv series and books then passed them onto my middle sister and then over time they got scratched or whatever and began getting rid of them. we still have some dvds and a few of the books, the ones my sister liked the most and now weve passed them onto our younger sister who now watches them, they have a new saddle club series out now with new characters and things in it.
theres alot to learn about horses, everytime i do something witht hem i learn something new. its a forever learning process @letitgo