When the Covid-19 pandemic is over, and it WILL be over, what will you miss? By phrasing that question, do you see what I am trying to do? I am trying to allow your brain to look past what is occurring right now, shift your
As I sit here staring at a blank page, I am almost speechless. What to say, as a world we once knew has changed so much? And, it continues to change, almost moment by moment! How can we stay certain in uncertain times?
For assistance, I turn
The distinct sound of frozen manure being pitched into a wheelbarrow gives off a delightful "PING" sound. In the winter, I LIVE for that sound! Why is that? Because it signifies the end of the mud, and frozen ground means frozen manure, and it is
January is upon us, and The Resonant Horse is undergoing lots of changes. In my last blog, I shared with all of you about the passing of Snickers, who I had brought up from Florida as a 4 year old. After a couple of years, I sold
My dear friend David Jacobs Strain wrote a wonderful song entitled; "Goodbye For Now." It echoes exactly how I feel. The farm lost a precious member of the herd a few days ago. Our beloved Snickers, healer to many and the first of my
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