He doesn’t fight for you, so why do you still care?

You know you deserve better. You have heard it from friends, family, and probably if you are being honest, Yourself. So why is it killing you that he's not fighting for you? Even though he broke up with you. He made the choice to ignore you when you try to talk and work things out. You … Continue reading He doesn’t fight for you, so why do you still care?

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The Love Dare: Day 22-28

Day 22- Love is faithful So if love is what we were created to share, what do you do when your love is rejected? How do you handle it when the one to whom you love stops accepting the love you're called to give? He said to "love your enemies, do good to those who … Continue reading The Love Dare: Day 22-28

Why you should keep the girl…

There are those who are born into this world that are just meant to love more, they’re a little more sensitive and pick up on things a little bit easier than others. They are also the ones who have the hardest time letting go. The ones that struggle when you decide to leave because their … Continue reading Why you should keep the girl…

When I start missing you….

I know that I have to move on. I know that whatever we had, it wasn't built to last. It's not that I did't notice the signs. It's not that I thought you would love me forever. But I sure hoped that you would have. That we could have had that family and future. I … Continue reading When I start missing you….

The Love Dare: Day 15-21

http://elevationchurch.org/sermons/silent-sermons/ Day 15- Love is honorable (9/18/17) The word is Honor. To honor someone meant to give them respect and high esteem, to treat them as being special and of great worth. They matter-- and because of the way you treat them, they should know it. The other word is Holy. A person who has … Continue reading The Love Dare: Day 15-21

The Love Dare: Day 8-14

 You've covered some serious ground so far in this journey. Learning to demonstrate aspects of love like patience, kindness, and encouragement are not always easy but are certainly crucial to a healthy relationship. Small issues can become surprisingly significant. Here is what I have learned thus far: I have made a lot of mistakes with … Continue reading The Love Dare: Day 8-14

The Love Dare: Day 1-7

        I know this is a ways outside of my normal posts about horses and things but as I will be taking a bit of time away from social media I figured this would be beneficial. I know a few of my closest friends will also be working on this with me … Continue reading The Love Dare: Day 1-7

Young Horse Diary: Going back to work after vacation

Good Morning Avid Enthusiasts, I have come to warn you about the ways of vacationing. Though as a measly two year old I take a lot of them and don't work much at all. Which I must say is quiet nice to do nothing but stand and hangout out and eat all day. My human … Continue reading Young Horse Diary: Going back to work after vacation

Quieting the Doubt & Fear: in and out of the ring

This is what we knew then: It started with a dream of dancing hooves and a flowing mane. He was strong and fast, and you couldn’t tell where he stopped and you started. This is what we know now: You’re frightened and your horse knows it. And it doesn’t matter who started it. You’re here … Continue reading Quieting the Doubt & Fear: in and out of the ring

“Rules of the Road”- Ring Etiquette in everyday riding

If you’ve been riding and showing for a while, then you have encountered a rider that clearly doesn’t know the “rules of the road.” While it can be frustrating to deal with someone who doesn’t understand the basics of common courtesy in an arena, the real issue is safety. Ring etiquette is designed to keep … Continue reading “Rules of the Road”- Ring Etiquette in everyday riding