Stories from theĀ Farm

Here is a collection of writings, stories and our latest news from the The Resonant HorseĀ farm.

Pressing the Pause Button!

As Featured in America's Horse: "In relation to mucking out a stall: 'When you have a chore, a routine, mundane one, there is only one way for it to not be routine and mundane: to do that routine task with great love and care.'" From...

The Extraordinary in the Ordinary

I know, I know, this was NOT the picture you thought you would be seeing today!   But seriously, how COOL are Shemu the emu's feet! How extraordinary!! I have the privilege of seeing these feet nearly every day. And, it never gets old, the way she walk/runs, so...

Touching Lives

Being of service to others can look many different ways. Here is one of my most recent ways of offering service: One of my dear friends asked me to send the book to Larry Butler, who has been involved with Warner Brothers for over 20 years....

New Spin on What’s Old

    Welcome to my world! I know that seeing a pile of manure is not exactly what you thought you would be viewing today but please bear with me a minute. This is what manure usually looks like, once it is put into the spreader. Manure management...

The Old Becomes New (Almost)!

Most of you know that I have a life long love connection with horses. From receiving my first pony when I was 8, to today, they have been one of the constants in my life. And, there is one more thing which was a constant...

Birth in a Barn

This is the time of year when it is politically correct to speak of Jesus. It is, after all, the Christmas season! A very long time ago, a couple traveled from Nazareth to Bethlehem to comply with a census that returned them to their town...

WE DID IT AGAIN!

ONCE AGAIN, WE WON! This photo, taken on a ride at Radnor, is the capture of a moment. Entitled "Bliss" it won the #2 spot at the recent Beauty Art and Gifts Gallery Photo Contest in Edgmont Township. IN ADDITION, WE WON THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE...

Permission to NOT Struggle

"Once, many years ago, I emerged from the woods in the early morning at the end of a walk and-it was the most casual of moments-as I stepped from under the trees into the mild, pouring-down sunlight I experienced a sudden impact, a seizure of...

The OLD Becomes NEW

  I know what you are thinking! What reason could I possibly have had to include this schmata (that is Yiddish for rags!) in this blog? Please bear with me...