Anonymous said: The previous anon was probably talking about the Philippaerts brothers haha, they are really hot :p there's a fanblog for them on tumblr, thephilippaertsbrothers[.]tumblr[.]com
That’s what I figured! I just got confused because I’ve never posted a picture of them on this specific blog.. I think.
Thank you so much! Everyone go check out the hot Philippaerts brothers. #sexysaturday ? haha
Anonymous said: Please come back I miss you so much -mgb
I’m back! High school is over and I have time to start up a q again. Thanks for being so patient! x
Anonymous said: the first thing i have to say is i absolutely LOVE your blog! i can relate to everything! the second thing is that i just got a new CO helmet (gr8) and i had to get the biggest size because i have insanely curly hair :/ but after i ride, i get headaches. its really weird because i have enough room in it. is this normal, and is it just because it's new? i already cut the tags off, but i figure i can always sell it on ebay. the problem is theres no other companies that make a size 8. :///
Hi there! Thank you so much!!
I got headaches when I first got my CO skull cap as well. It’s common and usually happens for a little while until the molding/foam starts to shape to your head size/shape. Don’t worry- It won’t hurt for much longer. Enjoy your new helmet! x
Anonymous said: Hi! I loove your blog. It's already become the definition of my life, even though I've only been riding for a few months! I've got a question that you can probably answer - my barn is having a show (it's just our barn, no one else) and it's open to all riders. I can walk, trot, canter, and jump and I feel confident doing that, and part of me wants to enter, but the other part thinks I'll totally mess up! Do you think I should enter or just watch this time?
I think you should ride in it! If it’s at your barn, chances are it’s a schooling type show and it’s designed for everyone at your barn to get experience showing. Even if you mess up something you will learn from it… shows and schoolings are all about gaining experience! Good luck!! x
Anonymous said: your blog is absolutely perfect,just curious but do you have a horse of your own,if so what breed &color &name?thanks so much!
I do! I have a chestnut Thoroughbred named Winston who’s now 9 years old and came from an OTTB adoption place called “Second Stride.” We event and compete in little combined tests and things. Thanks! x
heres-to-the-equestrians said: I just started a new submission blog and i was hoping you could help me gain some followers. thanks
Here’s a new submission blog to follow!