the sims could live in hogwarts and interact with other students and go to classes and shit and instead of the skills being athletic, logic, gardening etc it could be potions, charms, transfiguration, etc
Two more weeks of camp left. I am going to be a counsellor but I’ll also teaching my group twice a day. Hell yeah Ultimate Riders. I’m excited for it, they’re all at least ten years old so they actually have brains, unlike the children I was with today…
Pony was perfect in lessons last night. Flatting was great, he got a bit stressed when all seven of us were riding on a circle but no real problems. Our warm up exercise tricked him out because he got excited and wanted to run, but we were doing tight turns to figure eight over a vertical a couple of times so he had to focus. Very easy exercise for him, our turns were on par with the 15h quarter horse (and much better than the pony’s).
Instead of doing a course we played Gamblers Choice anddddd that was a bit of a disaster… he was too excited to be jumping for the first time in two weeks and had quite a few rails down. Looking back, he was in one of his moods where I really should have stayed off his back the whole time. Oh well, at least we learned from it. Attempted the Joker fence at 3’6” and just bareeeely rolled the pole off the cups, once again because he was too excited. The jump felt great though- can’t even describe it, I don’t even care that he had the rail down. We got there perfectly, and he wasn’t jerky or sticky. All in all, very happy :)