Hey Y'all! It's been about a month and a half since I move myself and Justin back to Georgia. Right now we're based at my family's farm, so I'm glad to say I get to keep Justin "right out my bedroom window." My parents recently bought a house and moved to Montana for the summer … Continue reading Life on the Farm
So this has been in the works for a while, but because I had to pull so many people into the fold I haven't said anything about it up until now but... I'm moving! Moving back, that is. I grew up outside of Atlanta, Georgia, and I moved up to Middleburg almost two years ago … Continue reading Georgia On My Mind
https://www.instagram.com/p/BS9n_zdBnXZ/?taken-by=betches Spring always makes me feel so energized. The realization that I survived another winter coupled with warm weather seems to give me a sense of purpose that I don't have in the colder months. I've decided to capitalize on this, so I've been getting the overweight pasture puff back into light work. Thankfully, I've also … Continue reading April Updates
I wanted to take time to make a post dedicated entirely to Courntey and D’Arcy! I came to watch them at a local show this weekend, and they both kicked bootay! #ProudFriendPost D’Arcy rode Pony Man in his first show ever. It was a big day of firsts for the little guy… first noseband, first … Continue reading Proud Friend Post
Spring is in full swing here in Middleburg. The days are pleasant and breezy, flowers are blooming and the grass crazy green. This is bad news for pony. This marks the dreaded return of the muzzle. In Georgia, Justin was on full turn out, got a very healthy amount of feed and hay, and maintaining … Continue reading April Showers bring…
I was home for approximately five days in the month of march. Between a whirlwind trip to southern Spain and two work trips, I arrived home last night jet lagged and completely unaware if it was still winter or if spring had sprung already in Virginia. So, where in the world have I been? Let's … Continue reading Where in the World?
I'd love to see a new series on TV about horse shopping. I picture it like an episode of house hunters: The buyer's wishlist is unbelievably long and unachievable within their budget. The buyer's friend has completely different ideas of what they think their friend needs in a horse, and they have no problems letting … Continue reading Finding A Unicorn