While I’ve been pining to be back in the saddle, the horses decided it was time to remind me that the journey can be amazing, even from the ground. The stars, this time, were Tally and Nash.
It has been five weeks since my wreck. As the weeks pass, I have to admit that it gets harder to stay optimistic about the future. It’s not that I’m healing badly – most people seem to think that I’m doing … Continue reading
Posted in My Journey
Tagged barn fire, friendship, hardship, help, horses, old friends, perspective, self-doubt, self-pity, shadows, support
I was thirteen. I’d just gotten my own horse, and was embarking on the path to competing in three-day eventing. A group of adults I’d ridden with for a few years invited me to go and watch one of the … Continue reading
Posted in Thinking Out Loud
Tagged actors, competition, criticism, dialog, directors, equestrian sport, George Morris, ideas, internet, knowledge, learning, open mind, perspective, questioning, top riders, training, weekend warriors