Recently I was asked to write a short note for a young woman I have known for quite a few years. She has gone through a lot in her 28 years, and I thought I would share with you my thoughts. It may touch you
The east coast is preparing for a strong winter storm, which is making its way towards the Philadelphia area late Monday night. WhIle it entails a lot of work here on the farm, caring for the horses, stalls, plowing, etc., there is also a gift
February is the month of love, and this newsletter continues to focus on that theme. What, might you ask, does this picture have to do with love? Especially love of horses, when clearly these are, well
"Recent neuroscience suggests that learning to let go of what we're clinging to, mentally as well as emotionally, actually catalyzes some revolutionary-and evolutionary-changes in our neural wiring." Richard Rohr.
One more reason why hanging with horses is so beneficial. They woo us to linger, rest and
Here on the east Coast, we did not have a Winter Wonderland for Christmas, instead we had a muddy one!! The warm temperatures and rain has meant lots of mud, the deep, shoe sucking kind! Tall boots are imperative so as to not end up
In a flash Christmas will be over, and the New Year will have descended upon us. Whether we like it or not, time marches on to its own beat. It is not the days in our life which matter is it the life in our days. After
The days are shorter, the nights are colder. Time to "hunker down" as we prepare for dormancy in the outdoors. Of course, we know full well that dormancy does not mean no growth. It just means that a time of rest is needed, in order