Basix (Boss-ix) became my life.
Everything we did, everything we came to accomplish, we learned together. Because my parents weren’t paying for lessons, and the only lessons I could afford were those my barn-job accumulated, my trainer would offer me tips when I was playing with my uneducated horse. 1,182 more words
First of all, I’d like to apologize for it taking me so long to continue the Oliver series. There are a variety of reasons for my negligence, but the main one is that I was planning a wedding and it just felt too depressing to watch various renditions of a poor, thief boy experiencing traumatic life circumstances. 1,480 more words
What did it mean for the people of Victorian Britain with the arrival of the railway? Travelling faster was but one of the results, but suddenly it was possible to transport goods and information from one end of the country to the other in a matter of hours rather than days. 271 more words