Last week, my husband’s older mare Touchy died quietly in her sleep. Terry had rescued her from an abusive situation over 30 years ago when she just four years old. They spent many years together, soothing each others hurts, as only dear friends can do. Don’t Cry for the Horses By Brenda Riley-Seymore Don’t cry… Read More Until We Meet Again……
I know it’s been a while since I have written a journal entry. I am in the middle of writing a new one that I hope to have online by this weekend. In the meantime, I wanted to share a poem with you written by my niece Emily. Here is her biography so you can… Read More Who I Want to Be – a poem by Emily Gruber
I have been wanting to write about this for a long time. This is perhaps the most important journal entry that I will ever write. It is one that touches on the very essence of my being. It is very personal to me and so very important. Some of you are my dear friends who… Read More Are You Ready?
This may come as a surprise to some of you, but I have not always been a horse-person. As a little girl growing up, my dreams were not filled with horses. My sister had a horse when we were in our teenage years and I have to admit to having a fear of that horse.… Read More Hoof Prints within my Heart