Weeds, Hoes, Beau, and a New Foal
On the first day at her home, she decided to get to work on the old garden plot that was left beside the house. Being a green thumb, she was horrified of the condition. Weeds, insects and various other ailments had befallen the adorable plot. Hayden had to fix it, and quick if she was going to save any of the plants for the future.
As she was pulling the weeds, various neighbors began to show their faces. Mostly nosey, the neighbors quickly warmed up to Hayden, offering condolences on being swindled out of her money for the little shack.
After a long hard day at work in the garden, she plopped down on her makeshift bed and counted out the vegetables that she sold. She had made a whopping 200 dollars.
The next morning......
Startled out of bed, she hopped up, and answered the door.
Standing there with a somber look on his face was a man in a dark blue suit. He had come to tell her that one of her uncles had passed away and had left her a small fortune of 5,000 dollars.
Honestly, she couldn't remember who was who in her family, but she was ecstatic that her immediate disownment hadn't reached this long lost uncle.
Withholding her happiness, authenticating an equally somber look, she took the check from the man and immediately cashed it.
Now was time to build her future.
Hayden was ecstatic, she began contracting the best known workers in all of Appaloosa valley. They constructed her a stone stable lot, with a cheap fenced area that connected to 2 stalls. It ended up costing almost 4/5 of her uncle's gift, but she was ecstatic. Now to save up and get her a horse..
She also put up a new gardening fence, and since she wasn't quite the greatest gardener on the planet, decided to purchase a dog house. Her neighbors told her if she could she could take one of their puppies, but she declined and told them she would save and give it the best home she could before she received it. They gave her a few weeks to save the money.
She replaced the gaudy green door with a more welcoming version.
By the end of her spending spree, she had only 2 dollars to her name, but boy did her land look more presentable.