Nash is that special blend of crotchety and loveable that seems to be characteristic of old Appaloosa gentlemen. There are days when he can literally sap the energy out of you, and he’s not crazy about working – but when he’s not working he gets depressed and even crankier. He came to us when he … More Nash brings balance
It was a nice weekend, and it provided some shades of a return to normal. As the healing progresses, I can finally provide little bits of support around the place, helping me feel a little more useful. It also means that my horse fixes have progressed beyond a kiss on a nose or a scratch … More A little slice of normal
I’ve been quiet for longer than usual. I try to keep the discipline of writing twice a week, but there hasn’t been much to say lately. Actually, I’ve started several posts, but somehow can’t seem to finish them. Sitting is difficult, and computers just aren’t made to easily use while flat on your back! Add … More Life goes on …
Since my wreck, a few weeks ago, I’ve been puzzling over something – from the moment I hit the ground, I’ve had no fear about climbing back into the saddle … even on Tally (well, some concerns there, but more on that later). In my youth, that might have been expected … but I for one … More Call me crazy!
This post is dedicated to all those horsey people, from around the globe, that have connected with me through Facebook and this blog. As I spend these days mostly on my back, recovering from my crash last Sunday, I have plenty of time for reflection. Almost twenty years ago it was people that drove me … More Thank you for being a friend!