Monthly Archives: June 2016

Training an Appaloosa

First, let me start by saying that I love Appaloosas.  They have been a part of my life for over forty years.  Anything I say below is said with love and amusement.  Second, I fully acknowledge that horses are all … Continue reading

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Noble turns three

Sunday was Noble’s birthday.  I would have made a cake, but quite frankly, the boy is the pickiest eater in the barn!  Anything not within his normal diet range is met with complete suspicion, and rarely even given so much … Continue reading

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needs a title …

It has been an emotional roller coaster for two weeks – I hate roller coasters of any kind!  Tremendous recognition at work was followed by a serious set back to the project I’ve been shepherding for over a year.  Lovely moments … Continue reading

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A warm glow …

I was having a conversation with one of my team leads yesterday.  Have you ever had one of those moments when something someone says really strikes a chord?  One of those moments when you think “Wow!  Someone else feels the … Continue reading

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Venturing out alone

There is safety in numbers, so they tell us.  When you are in battle, or attempting to evade predators, that can certainly be true.  But, more than safety in numbers (and perhaps as a byproduct of it), there is comfort … Continue reading

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