Put me in jail.

It’s been months since I’ve touched the blog with my thoughts other than sharing product-reviews and gift guides. No one writes in blogs anymore. If a TikTokker or Influencer is going to share personal thoughts, it’s through a “story” or vlog. But, I like to type words on a page. It feels more natural to hide behind a screen, and it’s easier to reminisce in … Continue reading Put me in jail.

The Birthday Post

While some people use the new year as a time for personal resolutions, I never sense the change that invokes these resolutions. December to January is just cold to cold, and January is post-Christmas, so let me just stay in a Post-Christmas hangover, huddled inside before and after the barn. ANYWAYS, for those reasons I do not partake in New Year’s resolutions, but I do … Continue reading The Birthday Post

Facing Jolene.

“And I can easily understandHow you could easily take my man” – Dolly Parton If irony every wanted to rub salt in a sore wound it found a way today. I have been sitting on the runway of my return flight from Houston to Atlanta for the past two-hours after a further hour delay before boarding this death tube.. I have terrible anxiety during flights.. … Continue reading Facing Jolene.

A Little Late Night Check

This has been such a weird season, and I’m determined not to lay blame on, “2020.” I’ve remained relatively sure that the quarantine, turbulent media, and fragile climate we’re living in is NOT the reason for my unrest. Meaning, my own confidence is positive that my mental health is not affected by any type of outer element; I’m strong enough to withstand those types of … Continue reading A Little Late Night Check

May It Be to Me as You have Said

“I am the Lord’s servant,” Mary answered, “May it be to me as you have said.” Luke 1:30 The verse above was at one time written on a chalk board in my previous apartment, back when I thought vintage chalkboards were trendy home decor. It’s not one of those inspirational or famous quotes, like the one in which Mary “cherished in her heart” the events … Continue reading May It Be to Me as You have Said

I think Fear is Expensive

Over the past few months, I’ve started but never completed my post on the fear I was working to overcome in my riding habit. This February I fell off in a competition, and while the actual fall wasn’t super painful, it was the catalyst to months of torment when I faced going back on cross-country. Within a few weeks, I fell off a training horse, … Continue reading I think Fear is Expensive

I Retreated to the Family Farm, either yesterday, or two weeks ago, I can’t remember.

You know what is sad? I have no idea if I’ve been home two weeks or three weeks. All the weeks and days have just blended together. It’s been quaint and nice to be home, but I feel like I’m in an extra long Christmas vacation. When my corporate office closed (either two or three weeks ago, I can’t remember) I spent a few days … Continue reading I Retreated to the Family Farm, either yesterday, or two weeks ago, I can’t remember.

Rider Diaries: Practice, Decision-Making in the Moment, and Chopping Wood

In the few weeks since my last post, a lot of head-way has been made. No, I did not dye my hair, and I may have only made it to the gym like twice. But, there was one night I did fifty crunches before bed, and I realized that my vacuum wasn’t pulling all the Huckle fur up. Gross. Aside from getting myself in front … Continue reading Rider Diaries: Practice, Decision-Making in the Moment, and Chopping Wood

Holiday Blues?

So, one aspect of my blog that’s been both frustrating but self-motivating is the confession of my struggle with mental-health. I am so frustrated with it, because over the past few years, I’ve really begun to distrust my own inhibitions. I first recognized, or was pointed down my mental health journey in 2015. When under-stress and some heartbreak, I couldn’t seem to overcome a more-than … Continue reading Holiday Blues?