I have been at my new job for about a week now and I really like what I am doing. The problem is that what I am doing right now is not what my job is suppose to be. I was hired to load trucks for delivery, and right now I am scanning packages coming off of the semis. I love doing scanning. The guys that I work with are all really great and I get along with them really well. The guys that load trucks, not so much. I met them all earlier this week and they don't seem very happy to have a girl working with them. I mean if I was them, I guess I would have a problem with it too. A lot of the boxes are effing heavy. I am suppose to be loading trucks from now on starting next week. I have to talk to my supervisor about it because the truck loaders often times don't LEAVE the place untill really close to 10:00. I have class that starts then. I am hoping that they will let me stay in scanning. I was talking to one of the guys that does scanning with me and he said that one of the other scanners (who is on vacation) would like to move to loading trucks. So maybe, if all the planets line up, we can switch jobs. The pay is the same and it would fit better with my school schedule. I really like this job, I don't want to lose it.
Another cool thing is that I will hopefully be joining the college riding team. There is a meeting tomorrow about joining the team and I will be there. I think that it would be really fun to do that, and there is currently only 3 people on the Huntseat team and there are 11 people on the Western team. So I pretty sure that they would be happy to have another Huntseat rider.
Hollow Horse Live Show is this weekend and I am getting really excited!!!! I sent a horse that I worked really hard on. It is the Edgar Allen resin that I purchased a few months ago. This is not the one that I removed the base from, this is a different one. I painted him to a deep black Tb with 4 socks and a strip. I spent so much time on that horse. I was so nervous about sealing him because I was having some problems with my matte finish sealer leaving hazy spots on the horse. Which I usually don't mind on my photo show horses because you can't see them in the pics, but on a horse that I wanted to send to a live show, I don't think so. I am trying not to let me hopes get up about any of my horses placing at this show because there is no mini division for CM or AR. But I can't help but get excited for it!!!