A much cooler morning on the farm. The animals are eating and the birds are singing, insects chirping, the roosters caroling. I love my sacred space on this Earth. We work hard to continually honor and improve it, and enjoy the task. We are truly blessed. Have a wonderful day friends.
Yep, horse photos and dog photos. 😁 No photo for the ride but Lola and I had a nice little hack this evening, just a bareback and rope hackamore, incorporating obstacles (our horse henge our stone henge monument, tire squeeze, and logs). We have fun around here, lol. The horses are now out munching hay in the front precision pen. Life is simply wonderful.
Yeah, that question always makes me giggle. Yes, I ride my horse (and so many of my fellow PNHrs compete in all kinds of competitions to the highest level of skill)! I also play on the ground with my horse, we play in the saddle, we connect, we are partners, and we have fun in every moment we are together. We can feel each other's energy, we share breath, we share our lives, and are as one. We have a relationship that is grounded in a strong foundation and communication. Do you have this kind of important and amazing connection? I surely hope so. If not we should talk. 😀
Michelle Young is a horse lover, animal advocate, Reiki Master Teacher, holistic healer, Parelli Savvy Club Gold Member and Level 3 Student, academic library director, professor, and more. Contact Michelle.
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