Today started off with the most horrible experience with the local buscompany probably ever. I’m not sure how ok it is for a busdriver to look someone in the eye, shake their heads and deny you entrance, but don’t worry people, we are having a dialogue with the company about it.

So, essentially, my supposed to be three hours of sleep became me watching the end of “New Moon” and sleeping for an hour before going to the stable.

It was a usual day at the stable, although this is probably the first time I’ve ever had to walk up to a horse, inspect it closely and say “You must be new here”. You see, 90% of our big horses are brown to the extent you can barely tell them apart, and, embarrassingly enough, there was a gelding I had no clue who he was. And then, the majority of our ponies are white. You can tell them apart pretty easily – except from the new one. I literally mistook every single white pony for being him until I found what set him apart.

After this I booked some jobs, had a nice dinner and watched “Eclipse”. They are really on the television next week, but seeing “Twilight” and “New Moon” sparked my interest. Tomorrow, “Breaking Dawn pt1”

// Sara

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