Horse Talk

As I was driving my kids to school the other day, we started to play word games, rhyming words and thinking of as many matches as possible.  That’s a favorite game of ours.  But that morning, as we played and rhymed – source, force, horse, course – horse, of course, rang in my ears. I […]

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Breaking Into Alabama’s Horse World

Recently I posted about why equine opportunities in Alabama matter to me.  Today, I want to share my thoughts on breaking into Alabama’s horse community.  I’ve heard over and over from folks that have lived here their whole lives, as well as from transplants, how difficult it is to find out what’s going on in […]

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Juggling Family, Job, Home, and Horses

Imagine actually juggling your family, your job, your home, and your horses.  Wow, what a weight to carry!  Luckily, it’s a figure of speech.  Lately though, I find myself juggling a lot more in an effort to find my place in this world, while attempting to provide for my family.  Are you doing the same? […]

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Buttercups, anyone?

As a child, I remember my mother doing cute tricks with plants.  She used to braid pine needles together into long “pine ropes” and hook individual flowers together so they formed a sort of Hawaiian lei.  This was fascinating to me, but one of my favorite tricks was when the Buttercups were in bloom.  She […]

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Making Changes for the Good of the Horse Industry in Alabama

For eleven years, I have been a hard working homemaker and mother of two wonderful children.  (I always say being a mother is the hardest job I’ve ever had!)  I never wanted to have a work world job, if I were going to have children, and I was blessed to be able to stay home […]

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Why Equine Opportunities In Alabama Matter To Me

Living the good life in Alabama is one of the best kept secrets in the South.  Having been born and raised here, in Birmingham, and showing quarter horses as a child, I was privileged to experience all that country equine living provides here in Central Alabama.  The climate, the people, the beautiful landscapes, the family-friendly […]

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