This is Steven Fields. Former G4S Officer from the West Chester office. I was scheduled at 2 pm Wednesday(Dec 3rd) afternoon. Once I entered the shack I was confronted immediately by Scott. Without warning He said take that laptop back to your car.
Payoff Day I just finished a Monday practice. Sweat is dripping off my head and my ankles are sore. We put everything in the shed and I thank God that we were going to the locker room. After all the push ups, drills, running, and working my ass off I just can 't wait to go home and eat dinner. I finally get home and i 'm laying on the couch and I realize that the reason i’m out there is for payoff day.
We walked to the barn and unloaded the loads of supplies for the biggest horse show of the year. Once all the supplies were tucked safely into our
Papa John started feeling every part of his body for any signs of lumps and he didn’t find any thankfully but Papa John did say something was wrong with his coordination and he can’t have that going in the slaughter house so he said wait and see later on the year. “Ha, looks like Shaun or should I say Jaws didn’t get picked to go!” Cheyenne said while Papa John was checking her out. Papa John started yelling at Cheyenne for moving around so much when she was suppose to stand still. “Easy there Rarity don’t move so much around or I’ll bring out the cattle prod on you!” Cheyenne was always called Rarity by Papa John cause of her looks and that made Shaun so mad. When Papa John finished inspection he said none of us were ready to be picked yet and he’d wait another week and see if any improvements happened and if there was he’ll pick a cow.
The storms have been going on for about 3 years now. When I woke up today, I could tell the dust was coming in. I had just finished feeding the animals in our barn when I noticed the sky off in the distance, was black. I got inside and notified my whole family to take cover. By now, we had the drill down.
You will be trained as a sniper on the specialised ranges in Connaught. Pack up all your kit and see me after breakfast tomorrow.” He said. “Do you understand?” “Yes, sir.” I replied. “Thank you.” The starting meal of the day had finished on January the 9th. I talked to the Captain and he instructed me into truck with all my kit.
My dad and I sat out there the whole morning and saw….nothing! The start of my hunting season was turning out to be like last year’s season when I didn’t see a thing the whole first weekend. After a whole three hours of sitting in the brisk wilderness, my dad and I drove back to my grandpa’s house with the four wheeler. I enjoyed my second breakfast, which was the leftover hot chocolate I had earlier this morning, and a delectable Subway breakfast sandwich with egg, cheese and bacon. Since we had a long and boring morning, my dad and I decided to head back home and rest for the night shift of hunting.
Animal rights activists are trying to stop rodeos from “abusing” animals, but they don’t know the extensive care that the animals are given. Rodeos have been around for a long time. After cattlemen rounded up their livestock they would all gather together once or twice a year to have a “Rodeo”. It was just a fun get together once the big job of gathering stock was over with. It eventually ended up being a sport that is popular everywhere.
It was one cold morning in November ; I woke up to brush my teeth around four a.m. I then proceeded to shower to wake myself up. I then got in my families van full of snacks to drive to the barn to meet up with my instructor. Once we reached the stable, we left for the horse show in Aiken, South Carolina. We reached there around eight that Saturday morning and I started to groom Matt, the show horse I was riding at the time, and fed him.
Confined to the kitchen, he jumped, ran, and rolled twenty-four hours a day. One day, he busted out of his area through his collapsable fence and tried to climb our wooden stairs. All of a sudden, we all hear thuds coming from the stair well as he was sliding backwards to the first floor. Ever since then he has been scared of going up the stairs. This reminds me that animals have feelings and emotions such as fear.