I LOVE this photo of Beth, one of my students, pausing as she gazes at the light outside the barn.
Lately, I have been thinking a lot about light and darkness. For those of us who live life with a spiritual perspective, we often speak of
Being Thank-full can appear many different ways. It can be as simple as shifting our gaze to look at a flower or notice a leaf falling. It can be a ride through meadows and woods. Whatever the external experience is, maintaining an internal state of
Just because TRH blog has been quiet, it does not mean that things are NOT HAPPENING here at the farm!! And, BOY, are they happening!First, we have made the decision to sell the farm and downsize the operation. TRH is NOT closing its doors. Just
"To every thing there is a season and a time for every purpose under heaven." Eccles. 3:1
Probably one of the most often quoted verses from the Bible, don't you think? It explains, in such a succinct way, that life happens. And, when it does, there is a
Can you see this image? Is it one horse? Or two? Look closer! It is TWO horses, standing side by side.
This is Duke and Jem, both stunning chestnuts with hair color almost identical. They look like twins, they are so closely collaborating together! Collaboration is
We are living in times of deep uncertainly, conflict and dissonance. So much is unknown, even when we think we know our next step. How do we counteract such thoughts and stances? What can offer us peace, and a way to stop the demands that press against us
Just take a look at this picture! This is of Honey Bear, shameless in all of her un-modest glory! She is taking a nap on the pool deck. It appears that she does not have a care in the world, right?
Here she is, a three
Many in today's world of marketing have found a secret. The secret is NOT to tell others about what you do.
I know, hard to believe, right? Rather, the pivotal question one should be asking is, "What is your WHY?"
Simon Sinek even gave a great TEDX Talk
Remember this view during the winter? This was how my world looked, all winter long:
This represents a moment in time when I reached my low point. I had gotten so stuck in the mud, which was EVERYWHERE, by the way, that I had to call