As it stands, and has stood for several years now, I have realized something. I don’t love my horse. There, I said it. This is not say I didn’t love him at the start, because I did. When I first saw his ad on RRP my heart skipped a beat. He had a precious snip, … More Manifesting the vision, and learning to love my horse again.
The best laid plans. I swear Sully was put into my life to teach me massive amounts of patience, acceptance, and grace. However most days I just feel as though I am playing one expensive game of wack-a-mole and setting world records for just how many curse words one can utter in front of their veterinarian. … More Horse ownership, or game of wack-a-mole?
Sully returned home officially a month ago! While I certainly miss having my ultra flexible pre-kid housewife schedule sometimes, I am surprised at how simple it has been to fit Sully’s care and riding into my schedule. After a couple light weeks to transition him to a new/old home, we have been clocking a lot … More Sully Saturday: putting our best foot forward
Let me tell you, I thought time moved fast in general. Then I had a baby. Time moves like lightening now. This is certainly evident by my lack of blog posts for almost two months. The days for W and I are jam packed with baby juggling, but we seem to have hit a rhythm. … More The Kid, the Horse, & Having the Dreams.
If you follow Denny Emerson’s page on Facebook ( Tamarack Hill Farm), you know he talks a lot about the younger demographic in the horse industry, as well as the basic concept of how good riders get good (he literally wrote the book on that topic). If you don’t follow him, well, you should. A … More Like a Kid Again.
As I count down the days (1 month 1 week!) until Sully returns home, I am making a game plan for prepwork needed in the next month or so as well as a checklist of things I want to address pretty much the minute he returns. As of today, I have gotten actually back IN … More Sully Saturday: Do the Sticky Leg
I always wondered whether or not I really wanted to be a mother. Most of these thoughts were the musings of a much younger me looking ahead with plans for my life. However, even as I got married, got baby fever, even when I finally got pregnant, I wondered: “is this for me?” I think this … More The Mom Transition