Hey there, I'm Coti. 20. This is my blog.
Sometimes I'm on here nonstop and sometimes I'm gone for days and you won't see a thing.
I am an avid equestrian that has grown up "in the life" since my dad is a horse trainer.
I started off western but I fell in love with jumping so now I mainly do Eventing.
I have a 5 year old Hanoverian/TB gelding that I gentled and started under saddle myself. His name is Smarty. :)
My first true love was... is Kid. My first horse. A quarter horse gelding that taught me how to ride. I put him down in May of 2013 after a all night battle with colic. My heart shattered that day.
I have an aussie named Nacho that is the apple of my eye.. and a yellow cat named Dog that I adore.
I work full time to pay for all my own stuff so sometimes you will see highly emotional rants about money... or lack of.
I love answering questions so fire away at e=mc^2.

 

genderedboy:

"Why do you want this job?"

Because under capitalism I am forced to sell my labor in order to subsist.

I love you, but I’m mad at you is one of the most freeing, important things you can say in a stable relationship. Does that make sense? To know that you have the ability and the right to be mad at someone and know that it doesn’t mean things are over, that it doesn’t mean things are irreparable. That it just means I’m mad, but God, I love you. I love you. Now leave me alone.

who-let-the-daleks-out:

thenerdgirlcometh:

I actually believe artists and scientists think very similarly. Complex, abstract thought? They both have that down. It’s all about where that thinking takes you after that.

Words cannot describe how much I love this post.

(Source: youtube.com)

possessedprizession:

onenaturelover:

p—sychedelia:

delvingwithin:

find-peace-within:

I would do almost anything to climb this tree.

there is a god

I would LOVE to climb this

so beautiful!!!!

I’m just hoping that if i reblog this enough, I’ll eventually get to climb it 

possessedprizession:

onenaturelover:

p—sychedelia:

delvingwithin:

find-peace-within:

I would do almost anything to climb this tree.

there is a god

I would LOVE to climb this

so beautiful!!!!

I’m just hoping that if i reblog this enough, I’ll eventually get to climb it 

godzillacat:

silohouettes:

This is actually disgusting. Forcing a child who doesn’t know any better to do something just because you believe in it. No child should be made to wear Crocs in public please stop this.

I was about to get angry

godzillacat:

silohouettes:

This is actually disgusting. Forcing a child who doesn’t know any better to do something just because you believe in it. No child should be made to wear Crocs in public please stop this.

I was about to get angry

(Source: hugeowleyes)

gracelesscastiels:

today i met a christian guy who tries to follow the rules of the bible really good and i asked him if he is against gays because of Leviticus 20:13 and he told me no, he doesn’t because of Matthew 7

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and he added that he would never judge anybody on their believes or way of living because only God can judge the people

this guy man

(Source: wendiggo)

engage-with-zorp:

the-rainbowsaurus:

jethrocane:

walrus-in-the-tardis:

youcantbreakthatwhichisntyours:

ambiguous-ash:

merrymishas:

engage-with-zorp:

I majored in gif making.

More like majored in becoming a hot piece of ass

But you lost all your friends

and your eyesight 

not to mention your sweet bunkbed man what happened

I’m most concerned that you lost your Led Zeppelin shirt. What happened?

image blast from the past

My dad ran into an old friend of his today, and they were catching up...

Friend: "So how's your daughter doing?"

Dad: "Great! She's in college now, and she's doing really well. We're really proud of her."

Friend: "What's she studying?"

Dad: "Political Science."

Friend: "And does she have a boyfriend?"

Dad: "Actually, she came out as gay several years ago."

Friend: "You know that's... UNNATURAL... right??"

Dad: "No, I don't think so, actually. My daughter's sexual orientation is a biological reality. It makes biological sense to me. You know what doesn't make biological sense? Her damned cat walks on a leash. A LEASH. Just trots along on a leash like a damned dog. It's the weirdest thing I've ever seen in my life. THAT is what's unnatural."

Best dad ever

theviraltruth:

The First Amendment does not protect you from:
Criticism: If you’re a comedian who makes a bad rape joke, people are allowed to point out that you’re not funny as well as an asshole.
Shame: If you tweet something racist about President Obama on your public Twitter account that’s connected to your first and last name, people are allowed to say that is bad.
The Right to Anonymity: If you take creepy photos of women without their consent and post them on Reddit, people are allowed to try and figure out who you are and post your information on the internet. No one is entitled to anonymity. It’s up to you whether to make it easy for people to find you.
Mockery: If you put yourself out there that means your peers (and news outlets) have the right to LOL and comment.
Consequences: If you publicly express yourself in a manner that is offensive, hurtful, or just plain dumb, strangers might contact your friends/family/school/employer and tell them what you did. That is not infringing on your right to free speech; it’s pointing out how you choose to exercise that right. Like the rest of the federal constitution, the First Amendment protects us from the government, not from private companies, which may be able to fire or otherwise punish you for stuff you say, even if it’s outside of work. The laws protecting the free speech of private employees vary from state to state, aside from specifically protected speech like labor organizing. Here are some guidelines for public employees and students.
via An Idiot’s Guide to Free Speech

theviraltruth:

The First Amendment does not protect you from:

  • Criticism: If you’re a comedian who makes a bad rape joke, people are allowed to point out that you’re not funny as well as an asshole.
  • Shame: If you tweet something racist about President Obama on your public Twitter account that’s connected to your first and last name, people are allowed to say that is bad.
  • The Right to Anonymity: If you take creepy photos of women without their consent and post them on Reddit, people are allowed to try and figure out who you are and post your information on the internet. No one is entitled to anonymity. It’s up to you whether to make it easy for people to find you.
  • Mockery: If you put yourself out there that means your peers (and news outlets) have the right to LOL and comment.
  • Consequences: If you publicly express yourself in a manner that is offensive, hurtful, or just plain dumb, strangers might contact your friends/family/school/employer and tell them what you did. That is not infringing on your right to free speech; it’s pointing out how you choose to exercise that right. Like the rest of the federal constitution, the First Amendment protects us from the government, not from private companies, which may be able to fire or otherwise punish you for stuff you say, even if it’s outside of work. The laws protecting the free speech of private employees vary from state to state, aside from specifically protected speech like labor organizing. Here are some guidelines for public employees and students.

via An Idiot’s Guide to Free Speech