Long time no read! Loads of stuff has happened, and I'm now well underway my summer after ending 13 years of school. I'll be attending something along the lines of a community college (I think, haha!). It's called "folkehøgskole". After that I may start a master in landscape architecture. I may also take another year off to work on my bridle project and the company I want to start.
Yes. I'm not kidding. That bridle project I have been mumbling about for the past three years is actually coming together! I got my first proper prototype a couple of weeks ago, and I have more bridles planned and almost ordered. I have one third of the money needed to start a business, although that's just pennies compared to actually developing it further and marketing. Marketing is about 9/10ths of a product, and the last 10th is the development of the product. Yep, it's that important. Three years of marketing and commercials has taught me something, ya know. I did actually finish school with two top-grades for my media exams, which is GREAT!
I still have a foolish wish to buy Tundra, but I just have to get over it. There would have to be a serious string of weird events for me to actually get to buy her. Or maybe I will just never get over it, because she's like my first love of some sort. The first relation to an animal that was all mine, you know. It was only me there. It was the first place in my life I was on my own to take care of someone. I learned a lot, really. I'm still, and I don't kid you, dreaming about her, and talking to her owners. It's not like I believe they would start liking me again, but I want closure, in a sense. At least try to put it behind me, at least try to not leave with a heart filled with bad emotions. But as it is now, I think I'd just get too nervous, because they might start yelling at me and all that kind of stuff. Edit: I went. I can visit Tundra from time to time, now
I'm not really sure what else to write, so I'll stop it now.
Have you had a nice spring?