Stories from the Farm

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

Reflect, Renew, Rejoice

While this award winning photo was entitled "Bliss," it aids me in thinking of possibilities. My good friend Carrie Brady actually calls her farm "Possibilities Farm." What a great name! Believing in what is possible is, in my mind paramount to what can be created. I

When In Discomfort…

Don't Quit Before the Miracle Happens!! 12 Step Recovery rooms have often told attendees: "Do not quit before the miracle happens!" I love that saying, and I add: When in discomfort, do not quit until the miracle happens!  I say that because that has been

FINALLY!! SPRING HAS SPRUNG!

Our world of spring is exploding around us. It is as if all the flowers and shrubs are saying "YES!"  And, what is it they are saying "yes!" to? Why, themselves! Their beauty and glory! They don't have to try

What’s Your Imprint?

What kind of animal would leave this foot print, this imprint? Well, if you are familiar with The Resonant Horse, you most likely know the answer, it is our beloved Royal Palm Turkey, Jack. Jack came to us because he was being very amorous with the

Got Purpose?

Certainly Covid 19 has changed the way we look at our world and ourselves. Many are struggling

Horses: Masters of Self Care!

 What a lovely picture, as the boys soak up the early morning sun. This picture was taken about 7:30 in the morning. Notice anything interesting about it? Besides it being kind of cool that Rocky has Viton's back, notice where they are standing. All around them

A Time For Everything

Greetings! How are you holding up during the "new normal" we are all experiencing? I find myself doing bursts of activity, and then total down time, where it appears I am doing nothing. I say "appears" because even in times of inertia, growth can happen.

The Grace Trail!

Here on the east coast we are in the midst of summer– intense heat, with the occasional thunderstorm to break things up. We are having a storm right now, whipping the trees and pounding the ground with much needed moisture. And, for me, one less thing to do

Got Grace?

This was the sight that greeted me last week as I went out do my afternoon horse feed: Yep