Better late than never, right? This summer was brutal and busy to say the least—I spent half of it traveling for work and the other half melting in the high heat and humidity that refused to go away. Even with reduced riding time, A few favorite things came out of Summer 2018. Continue reading “Summer 2018| Favorite Things”
As with all other things, Ax is a baby when it comes to flies and his aversion to them seems to have grown over the years. He’s been known to gallop around his paddock when he has had enough of the bugs, often times until someone brings him inside or he is lathered in sweat. Because of this, I do my best to give him adequate defenses against the dreaded flying pests. Continue reading “Fly Patrol”
Despite the saying, spring never really sprang up this year—New England flopped back and forth between 40° and 80° for a month or so before finally settling on the warmer end of the spectrum. Even though I am a little upset about the lack of my favorite 70°-and-sunny weather, I made it through with some spring favorites. Continue reading “Favorite Things | Spring 2018”
This winter was a wild one—emotionally and weather wise. Between Ax’s time off and start of rehab for the Mystery Lameness of 2017, the temperature repeatedly changing 30° overnight, and just general winter grumpiness, it is a miracle Ax and I made it out alive. But we did, and I have a few favorite things I picked up along the way! Continue reading “Favorite Things | Winter 2018”
New England seems to have skipped fall this year. We went from sunny to pitch black and from 70° to 40° in 24 hours, and it has hardly gotten warmer since—goodbye, summer; hello, winter; where did fall go? Because of the lack of my favorite season, most of my favorites this month aren’t very fall-related or even horsey. Maybe winter will be more promising?