I Learn From Both The Horses And The Riders Every time that I teach, I take notes on the lesson. Mostly because my bruised brain is forgetful. Having the notes helps me in the next lesson to keep things on track. This is what my horses and students taught me and reminded me of this … Continue reading What I Learned From My Horses And Riders This Week
This Applies To Everyone, Not Just New And Returning Riders Spooking is something that all riders have to deal with at some point in time or another. This goes along with the post about keeping your horse’s attention when he gets distracted. A distracted horse is more likely to find something to spook at. Even … Continue reading New/Returning Rider BootCamp- Riding A Spooking Horse
It’s Been A While! I know I have had some TBI posts recently, but nothing really about my personal progress and where I’m at in recovery. I think it is important to share. As an encouragement for others who are on this same TBI healing journey that I’m on. Working My working is sitting in … Continue reading TBI- August Update
To Each Her Own! We all have little things that make us who we are. Some are big things like the fact that I live a life with horses on our family farm. That I fostered over 60 coonhounds and now I have my little mini mutt, Ziva that I’m obsessed with. When you meet … Continue reading Bracelets
I Look At This Picture And What Do I See? I see that it is an old picture taken way, way, like years before my accident. I remember we were getting the horses clean to go in a Thanksgiving parade. As you can see from me wearing my tank top the weather was way warmer … Continue reading TBI- Getting Over Fears And Anxiety After The Accident
I’m sure the world is wondering! No matter where she is going, Ziva is always dressed to impress because you never know who might see her! Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Continue reading What Did Ziva Wear Last Week?
The Product Of An Afternoon Relaxing By The River What do two-horse girls do when they are soaking up the sun and relaxing by the river? They talk about horses and come up with new ideas of things we can do with the horses and our students. It was on a sunny day relaxing on … Continue reading Team Equestrian Games A Great Success!!!
Gray Gray is one of a few lesson ponies we have had over the years who did not end up staying with us until his final days. It was no fault of his own, he had a health issue. I will tell you about that later! Where Did He Come From? I can honestly say … Continue reading The Story Of My Life Is The Story Of The Horses In It-Gray
I Have This Figured Out By Now! I have been at this traumatic brain injury rehab thing for a while now. As I have traveled through this unexpected journey I have figured some things out. I have figured out some essential things that I always need to have with me. Things that make life so … Continue reading TBI Patient Survival Items!
Tycen Has Been Around The World… In his 21 years of military service in the United States Army, Tycen (“Doc” as us close to him prefer to call him), has been around the world, seen and lived in a lot of different places. Some much nicer than others! Doc’s Home Town Danby, Vermont is where … Continue reading Danby, Vermont