For My Horse Loving Followers “The path to my heart is paved with hoofprints” “Did you know that the horses front hooves are more circular to absorb weight and the hind hooves are more pointed for traction and impulsion” “Some friends have to walk on four legs just to carry around such big hearts” “People … Continue reading Quotes To Ponder For The Week
TBI Anniversary Party My TBI party was a great success. It felt good to celebrate the progress that I have made in the last year with family and friends. I had them play some of the “brain games” that I have been doing in therapy for a year now. Everyone thought it was fun and … Continue reading My Life In Pictures
This is day 367 of my TBI rehabilitation. It has been a long year to say the least. I have been the farthest away from the horse world this last year than I have ever been in my life. New Perceptions And Lessons I have been aware of what is going on in my lesson … Continue reading 367 Days of TBI Rehabilitation Has Brought Me A Change In Perspective
I wrote a while back about how I thought it would be a good idea to have a celebration of the one year anniversary of my TBI. Not because I want to think about the accident or relive it, but because I want to celebrate how far I have come. While being surrounded by all … Continue reading Concussion/TBI 1 Year Anniversary Party!
The Sounds Of The Horse The barn and farm are full of sounds that as equestrians are music to our ears. There are some sounds that maybe we don’t enjoy so much or ones that get on our nerves… All of these sounds though are the soundtrack to our life with horses, I don’t know … Continue reading The Soundtrack Of A Horse Crazy Kid Turned Horse Crazy Grown Up
The weather is finally starting to feel more like spring than winter. On a “normal” day, before my accident, this kind of weather would have had me itching to get on a horse and ride. Sunshine and warm weather normally would have me outside in the barn, riding, and teaching. Not A “Normal” March 13 … Continue reading March 13 2019-1 Year Since My TBI
The Maryland catch and release citation program is a fun way to get recognized for your fishing in Maryland. What Is It? In order for you to receive a catch and release citation for your fish, it must meet the minimum size requirement for that species. The division I fish, Chesapeake has 26 species that … Continue reading Maryland Catch and Release Citation Program
For My Fellow Horse Crazies! “The way to get started is to quit talking and being doing, saddle up” Walt Disney “If you climb in the saddle, be ready for the ride” “Feeling down? Saddle Up”! “Sit tall in the saddle and hold your head up high. Keep your eyes fixed where the trail meets … Continue reading Quotes To Ponder For The Week!
Now Introducing Samson Samson I would like to introduce the newest member of our family. This little cutie is Samson, otherwise known to his friends as Sammy. He is the newest member of our traveling petting zoo. Samson is much smaller than my first pig, Hamlet, may he rest in peace! Samson is supposedly 5 … Continue reading My Life In Pictures!
Here Are The Pop Quiz Answers! Here is the follow up to the pop quiz post – the answers! Hopefully, you got most of them right. If not remember, it’s no big deal, horsemanship is a journey and you will never stop learning! 1. What Side Do You Get On The Horse From? We always … Continue reading 20. Boot Camp Pop Quiz Answers