WA - I have an idle 5 acre pasture in MI to offer you umm- err - Avery. And I am sure my brother would like another paying house guest. This set up cost me $250 monthly plus horse foods when I was in school.
What do you do, work size? I mean WORK WIZE. duh
Last edited by DairyQueen2049; Nov. 21, 2006 at 12:20 PM.
Reason: because I can't sepll
Crayola posse ~ Lazer Lemon yellow Take time to give...it is too short a day to be selfish. - Ben Franklin
Have faith, I have been there too.....
I lost my full time job , and had to rethink my life's direction..quickly!
I began to illustrate in earnest , freelancing where I could, until my illustrations were accepted by a national CDN horse magazine. Now I am able to do what I love, and keep my 3 pony cuties!. Had too...for my sanity!
The option of pasture board for Avery might be a good temporary solution, just until you can get your feet on the ground again. After you know he will be OK, you can rethink the situation. If you have horsey stories written , put them together, look what Reynard Ridge did ! Another great horsey writer who has success. You can do it ! Magazines do look for articles , they may not pay big bucks , but enough to get through the tight bits!
Don't give up yet, just grit your teeth , there are other solutions out there besides the giveaway column, it's tough but if you just gather your energy ....!
We are all behind you! and Avery too!
Can you hear the jingles from Canada ....eh ???