It was one of those days at the ranch. The rain had set in and the arena where we feed the horses was a bowl of mud soup. I was knee deep in mud, feeling unsettled and somewhat fearful. Big horses and slippery mud make a challenging match. Horses eat rain or shine, however, so we set about getting our work done.
Half way through the feeding one of the horses, Patches, decided to pull a Houdini and escaped to sample food from her neighbor’s bucket. Second’s…Continue
One of the things I’ve learned at the horse rescue where I volunteer is how to walk and carry myself. Yes…I was taught how to walk again and we spent time walking in circles to practice. You would think I would have had that one down after 40-some years! What I learned was I had still not broken a habit of looking down when I walk. I’ve had this habit forever and sometimes chastised myself for it. People with low self esteem look down…people without vision look down…people with poor…Continue