Well I like to design myself as a viking. She’s (okay me :P) from the Haddock family. But I haven’t yet decided on her role hehe (Twin -yes my eyes are brown-, sisters, cousin etc.) I can’t say I’m very good in my digital drawing but I hope you like it. Maybe I can design a dress for you and find you a role. Because I love to do this haha. :)
Am I the only one who loves things about both disciplines? It seems like everyone is either English or western and there is no inbetween. Like, I love jumping and barrel racing. I love dressage and reining. I love ranching and cross country. There are bad in both but there is so so so much good in both too!
‘My people’ - the people who knew about oppression, discrimination, prejudice, poverty and the frustration and despair they produce - were not Irish Americans. They were black, Puerto Rican, Chicano. And those who were supposed to be 'my people’, the Irish Americans who knew about English misrule and the Famine and supported the civil rights movement at home, and knew that partition and England were the cause of the problem, looked and sounded to me like Orangemen. They said the same things about blacks that the loyalists said about us at home. In New York I was given the key to the city by the mayor, an honour not to be sneezed at. I gave it to the Black Panthers.
So you race right? Or are you a cowboy? You're a jockey!
No, no I'm not, *goes on a rant about the different disciplines of riding, and tells them how just because I ride it doesn't mean that I race or ride Western, amd that riding Western doesn't necessarily mean you are cowboy*
But you do race right? Or do you ever want to race?