Don’t Quit, Keep Trying!

“Any day that we don’t quit is a day closer to our success!All things are difficult before they are easy. Thomas Fuller. Go be great!” This was sent to me in 2019 by Roxanne Potter and it’s so true. Every single one of us faces our own challenges, but how we react to the challengesContinue reading “Don’t Quit, Keep Trying!”

Keep Trying

This verse is one of my many favorites as it has so much meaning to me. During the trials of the 4 years I was recovering from an auto accident, I went through many trials and even thought I would never ride again. This picture was when I was 7 months post hip surgery andContinue reading “Keep Trying”

I needed to sell my Barrel Horse

So when I was told after my injection to slowly start riding again, I jumped at the chance. Although I knew in the back of my head this was not the right time. At first I told myself it was because he was a push style and with my hip injury, I really needed aContinue reading “I needed to sell my Barrel Horse”

Life as a barrel horse!

Imagine your life as a barrel race and not just any barrel race imagine your life as the horse in the race. There are many kinds of horses, just like there are many kinds of people. Horses range from very tall to really short, there is no perfect sized barrel horse! Some of us fightContinue reading “Life as a barrel horse!”

Hip injection and Summer Time

I had my hip injected to see how long that would last as I was completing physical therapy and only other option was surgery. Which surgeon wanted to get me stronger and I was against surgery. The injection hurt when they did it, and they used an ultrasound machine to guide the needle. They usedContinue reading “Hip injection and Summer Time”

Life on crutches part one

The first part of the struggles with being on crutches was gaining strength. Trying to walk very far took a lot out of me. It was also a challenge getting up and down stairs, in and out of stores, and just doing regular tasks. I was blessed having horses so my upper body strength wasn’tContinue reading “Life on crutches part one”

Thanksgiving trip ending in Pain & bad news!

With the kids it usually takes about 18 to 19 hour driving to get to where I used to live. That is trying to not take many stops except to fuel up and eat at least once. Normally I am ready to go when we get there, except a little tired. When we arrived IContinue reading “Thanksgiving trip ending in Pain & bad news!”