While I often communicate within my blog posts that life itself hasn’t necessarily been overly great for the past while, due to a variety of factors, I do realize how damn lucky we are when it comes to our planet and the incredible things it offers us. Nature, in essence, is awe-inducing, and some of … More How well do you know planet Earth?
Yesterday’s post truly reminded me of just how much I miss having horses in my life. That isn’t to say I’m going to go out and buy myself a horse, because your girl isn’t exactly swimming in money, but perhaps way down the line one day Blaine and I could have a few of these … More … and some more horse knowledge
Horses are animals I have always had a deep level of respect and admiration for. My appreciation for these beasts arguably stems from my familiarity with them; both my sister and I rode horses competitively when we were younger. My sister rode for about 15 years and showed Western, whereas I rode for I think … More How well do you know horses?
There is a stereotype in existence that suggests ‘horse girls’ are weird. I’m not entirely sure how or why this stereotype came to be, but I would like to refute it, and strongly; I do not think horse girls are weird, and if anything, I think they’re, usually, the complete opposite. Any kid that becomes … More A moment of appreciation for ‘Seabiscuit’
A few nights ago, my boyfriend and I decided to watch Walk. Ride. Rodeo on Netflix. We selected the film because of our interest in rodeo, and a few minutes in, we quickly learned that this movie is about a lot more than barrel racing. Depicting the true story of Amberley Snyder, Walk. Ride. Rodeo … More The incredible true story of Amberley Snyder