I have to go to bed. This game is just too painful to watch.
I will never get over how NORMAL the students at my college are. It really shouldn’t surprise me as much as it does, but it always gets to me. These kids are so damn pleasant. They all get along, no matter what views or ideas they have or what interests or majors they pursue. It’s so bizzarre. Like, there are no cliques and everyone is at least politely reserved, no-one is ever rude to anyone else (except maybe to the professors). It’s so surreal, like being in the Twilight Zone. You leave the real world of normal levels of conflict and enter this campus where’s there’s just… nothing. The lack of strife at this school really unsettles me. Does anyone else have this problem?
Moneymonemoney. I always wanted to show but never had the money, then never had the money for a horse, then my lack of show experience translated into a “well then you must not know anything” and people didn’t take me seriously. I didn’t have any have money for lessons or gas money to drive to a…
I have to agree with you. Money is, without a doubt, the biggest challenge I’ve faced in this sport. Money was always tight and I never really got lessons when I had my horse because it was always a case of, pay board or take a lesson, go to a show or feed the horse for another week. I never minded at the time, but looking back, it really held back my riding. Even the decision to put my horse down was partially influenced by money, though it wasn’t the main reason. Now I’m finding that even working a full-time job during the summers and several jobs during the school year, I can only afford lessons once a week at a local barn. Our college equstrian team all rides at a different barn and I can’t join because of money. No money to travel to this other barn, no money for show clothes, no money for the additional lessons. It drove me nuts to only have horse contact only once a week for an hour, so I’ve done everything I can for free, from accepting a local working student position to heading over to a friend’s house to hang out whenever I can afford the gas(she keeps her horses at her house). Never made me consider changing disciplines, but I’ve never had the opportunity to switch and try another discipline because I’m currently do the cheapest, most minimal ‘discipline’ possible. Never makes me want to quit, but it has forced me to when I couldn’t afford to do anything.
Beautiful scale tack. This is a stunning achievement. Love to know who the creator is!
Looks like an Evelyn Munday creation.
really tho I would kill for more nonromantic soulmates
soulmate best friends who met as children and don’t remember life apart
soulmate siblings whose parents always worry if there’s something unhealthy about their relationship
mentor-student soulmates who never stop learning from each other
soulmates whose relationships are ignored by society and just that much more intimate for it
You can cross the best friends one off the list. Psych has you covered.
Someone should make a TV show that switches main characters. Like for the first season, we have our main character(s) and we get super attached and love them and then for season 2 a set of background characters that were only briefly seen throughout the first season become the main characters. And the setting and everything stays the same, but every season we get a whole new perspective and we grow to love the new main characters we only kinda cared about in a vague, ‘you catch a glimpse of them every episode, but they only play a minor role in the action once or twice and they occasionally show up to make small chat with the previous main characters’ kinda way. And the old main characters still show up from time-to-time, but now they’re background characters. Has that already been done? Because it sounds cool.
I would love it if my friends would follow me around in a pack and everytime someone was mean to me and I said something insulting back, they would clap and say “Good burn, good burn” Family Feud style.