Monday, October 25, 2010

Transformative

If I could use just one word to describe my experience over the last 5
days, this would be it. Transformative.

Of course there are other words too. It's a story that involves
energy, adventure, focus, intention, friends, family, and some guys
with chain saws.

Yeah. Chain saws.

Can't wait to write about it, but I wisely didn't bring a laptop. So
instead, I'm soaking it all in.

But I promise a report soon.

Looking forward to reconnecting with everyone in equine blogosphere
over the next few days... Hope you have been riding!

9 comments:

Wolfie said...

Have missed you! Glad you are back safe and sound....and transformed! :-)

Kate said...

Can't wait, can't wait, can't wait . . . you get the idea!

Leah Fry said...

C'mon! We want the scoop!

Funder said...

Oh man, I got really excited - but then I realized you were probably talking about desensitizing Smokey. We need to buy a chainsaw to saw some of our fireplace logs shorter, so I was hoping for a chainsaw review!!

aurora said...

Good that you took some time away from the 'puter. Looking forward to reading about your transformative experience!

morningbrayfarm said...

Can't wait to hear more about it! Hope your trip home was safe and uneventful.

Fantastyk Voyager said...

I'm glad you got to go. What a fantastic experience!!!
It was so good seeing you again. Smokey is a keeper! He's great!!

allhorsestuff said...

Welcome back...when ever you do get back!
I think I know what the chainsaw is for.

I just saw your experiences... through he eyes of Lisa and her photos of you and your partner Smokey!
OH!
Gorgeous and delightful, truly. Those snapshots of learning, actully said it all to me.

I am SOOO happy that you and Smokey = chose each other.
You are going far!
KK

Dan and Betty Cooksey said...

It was a great experience even for us who audited. We learned a lot watching you and others work with your horses. You have a nice little horse there and I'm sure it will be great bringing him along with what you have learned.

Dan