Winter Training and Trialling

Winter Training and Trialling

Winter has been shockingly mild here. I started Quirk, the pony, back up on February 1st instead of March 1st with her 5-minute walks. We’ve been doing daily walks with Leo and Salem and come back invigorated but not frozen. I haven’t used a hand warmer...
Down But Not Out

Down But Not Out

The last 6 months have had a fair bit of introspection, reflection and the odd pity party too. Some of you will recall I broke my arm. We also lost Yen. Quite unexpectedly and shockingly. We knew she wasn’t well and had been working with our vet team for two...
Oh How Disappointing

Oh How Disappointing

Here we are, six months post break and I’m still working on my arm strength and mobility every day. It’s okay, don’t get me wrong, but as I started working on my webinar for July 26th (Let Go: Disappointment and Beyond) I realized that the topic...
Lessons from a Lockdown .. or Three …

Lessons from a Lockdown .. or Three …

While the COVID pandemic still tragically and frustratingly rages in far too many parts of the world there is beginning to feel like there might be an end to it. Recovery begins. And I use that word carefully. Dora has always appreciated wfh. There is absolutely no...