I have bedrooms, 2 big rooms downstairs w/ fireplaces a big porch and plenty of parking...Bring what ever you like to share, finger food dessert casserole..etc....we will play w/ ponies..no indoor so if it rains just Jaw time...
Xctrygirl you are not a monkey...you are more educated, sophisticated and together than me...I spent the day buying cat food and salt blocks, sold a horse or 2 and free schooled Brazilian for a few minutes..now I need a nap...
Manage 3-7 Mexican grooms, oversee 15 racehorses, gallop at least 7, get 2 (minimum) to the races, saddle them pass on instructions to jocks (that alone is like herding cockroaches) and then be there as they run, cool down and prep to ship back to the home base.
Oh and when done that, ride Lad. Go home take care of 2-3 dogs, boyfriend and myself and read up on COTH.
What I do now in a day:
Herd humans to work optimally, ie.. do all their little stuff. Book travel, schedule meetings, renew memberships, subscriptions etc. Pay Bills, bill clients. Balance all bank account (more than 5). Watch for credit card fraud, pay attention to all machines and office space make sure it all works. Fix or get it fixed when it doesn't. Drive to pick up lunch daily. Today and yesterday's special task was finding 20 odd fellow alums from main bosses grad school, track them all down and update their contact info so they can receive reunion event info. And oh yea it needed to be done ASAP.
And after all that, go ride Lad, Petey, and then home 3 dogs, boyfriend, catch up on COTH and read my newly purchased books from Barnes and Noble.
The 10th will be a lovely rest day for me!!!!
Congrats on selling some!!!!
"Courage is not the absence of fear but rather the judgment that something is more important than fear. The brave may not live forever but the cautious do not live at all." ~2001 The Princess Diaries
Sounds great, I'd love to come (w/out horse). I have a saddle fitting at 11am a little west of Baltimore, so I wouldn't be able to get there until 2ish. Would that work or do you expect to be breaking up by then?
Well I don't know anyone and I don't have a horse to bring, but I'd love to meet some horsey people in my general area. It's only about a 2 hour drive for me and I generally have no plans on Saturday.
I'm afraid I might chicken out at the last minute though; I'm not the best at meeting new people haha
I don't know these cothers in real life, either! That's part of the fun. When I have the coth hunt newbies visit, I don't know the faces, either. Introductions are like a spy flick, as we know each other by our coth names. Soon as the horsetalk begins, we belong.