It is human nature to assume that we can impose order and structure on our lives. We make plans, we examine failures and think that we can prevent chaos.
But chaos is inevitable. No matter how hard we try our lives will, at times feel like they are spinning out of control.
Honestly, if that does not describe life with horses I don't know what does. February has been a month of things creating disorder. Between the truck debacle, snow storms and unexpected truck shopping has made us feel like we're in a constant game of catch up.
|The snow storm demolished boards in my riding ring
Quaid has been doing great with his training. Except that he's not eating as much as we'd like. Nikki has tried everything so last week I decided to put him on ulcer meds to see if the stress of everything has resulted in his gut being upset.
|Look at this superstar
|it was a stormy day so we played
the 'find the ball and get to rest' game
|Carmen: I don't believe in disorder
unless I am the source.
|German Shepherd puppies from the breeder who owns