Monthly Archives: March 2008

Life’s Rhythms & Lessons

I hold my breathe as if my life depends on it – and it does not. The paradox is that I need my breath to live, yet, I deny myself that nourishment when I need it most. Continue reading

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Big Guy’s melanomas

When he did T-man, he asked me who owned the horse. I said I did. He said, “you know about the melanomas then?” Continue reading

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Mixed Results

Mostly, I just want him to get back into the routine of working and obeying me as he got really naughty and reared with me, Stableboy, and Hubby because of his separation anxiety and bonding with the mares. Continue reading

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Life choices

This clinic was a revelation to me in many things and perhaps it’s time to regroup and think on that – what was revealed and what I’ve learned and what I may or may not have applied since. Continue reading

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Getting *L* down the hill

I talked with a trainer who had some dealings with him and he said he “has his moments” and could use a chain. Continue reading

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