Finding The Right Doctor Just like everything else when I began this whole ordeal back in March of 2018, I didn’t start with the right eye doctor either! Luckily, I ended up getting into the TBI program at Sinai. They refer all their TBI patients with vision issues to Dr.Eric Singman at John Hopkin’s Wilmer … Continue reading First Neuro-Ophthalmologist In Over A Year
Hyde Farm Bucks In Velvet / Batchelor Groups The bucks are in velvet as you can see! I love seeing them in velvet. I just think it’s the coolest thing. I’m starting to compare this year’s photos with last years to see if I can figure out if I recognize any of the bucks. That … Continue reading Favorite Game Camera Captures This Week!
It Is Something I Have Always Been Interested In I have always wanted to try yoga. It is something that I have always had an interest in but didn’t know much about. My aunt has been doing yoga for years. She recently starting going to a new yoga studio. It is less than 5 minutes … Continue reading 6 Reasons You Should Try Yoga If You Are A TBI Patient
The Story Of Ruby’s Progress Continues! I told all of you about Ruby. The horse I use the hashtag “babywesternhorseturnedbabyenglishhorse”to describe on Instagram. The last time we worked with her Christina (my friend and partner in blogging crime) was riding her in a lesson. To make a long story short. I had planned to take … Continue reading Best Laid Plans- Part 2
My Lesson Notes and Plans I take notes on each lesson I teach. I always have, mostly because being a writer, things stick in my brain better if I also write them down. After my TBI taking notes is a must for me to keep my riders on the right track. Otherwise, I probably wouldn’t … Continue reading Forget About Best Laid Plans In Reference To Horses!
It Was A Good Week It was a good week and I have the pictures here to prove it! Ziva!!! Business As Usual At The Barn Excitement On The Game Cameras! Levi Jackson & Oliver Ellison (Boo-Boo and Honey Bee) Continue reading Pictures Of The Week!
All Horses All The Time, Even Horse Books! If you aren’t into horses or fiction, this reading list probably isn’t going to do much for you! This month, I was still on a horse fiction kick so that is what I read about! As you can see, I don’t get enough of horses in my … Continue reading June Reading List
What The Heck Does That Mean? My PT has been saying this to me at every lesson since the very beginning. A large part of my rehab is gaining more tolerance so I can do normal things again. Basic things, like walking without the walker. Or walking with my eyes open. It is amazing how … Continue reading If You Never Take Your Shoes Off At The Beach, You Will Never Be Able To Walk On The Hot Sand.
Widened Road The original road was probably about 8-10 feet wide. A truck could squeeze through. Not easily though. So step one was to widen the road about 4 feet. Now a truck or truck and trailer could easily access the property. Road Drainage As we were working on widening the road, we came across … Continue reading Paradise Farm Progress-Part 2
I’m One Of The Lucky Ones! I have been around horses my whole life. As long as I can remember I have been obsessed with horses. I was lucky enough to be born into a farming family. My mom loved horses her whole life so my horsemanship journey began at a very young age. I … Continue reading The Story Of My Life Is The Story Of The Horses In It!