I suppose a TMI warning is in order. I’m a bit of what some people call a “birth junkie.” I actually have training as a birth worker and I once had plans to go into midwifery. So, birth and all things related don’t bother me. Body fluids, genitalia, casual placenta talk and more are all… Continue reading A birth story
I don’t remember what the date was, but I will never forget the first time I met Cori Trout. I was searching for a trainer to help Chroi and I along our journey to becoming a driving team, and I called Cori- someone I’d never before met or spoken with (do you have any idea… Continue reading Been there, done that, got the t shirt
Home – Health – Horse Home At last- home internet! I guess that’s progress right there… AND, I didn’t have to do it myself- my husband got it done! Speaking of DIY, in the last few weeks while we’ve been settling into a new home in a new city, I’ve learned a lot about troubleshooting,… Continue reading Are we making progress yet?
No blog posts lately because: Moving. It stinks. There’s no silver lining. Well, okay, I guess there’s some silver lining. We have an actual house. I have a pantry. I have a garage. I have a back yard. And it’s a single story. These things alone give me the happies. We don’t have internet. Because I can’t find our old cable… Continue reading Very quick update!
“You need to write about what Chroi has meant to you during this time,” my husband texted me. During this time when I’ve felt darker and heavier, more sad and more depressed than I even realized until someone wedged her way through my door to offer me a hand up. However, when I sat down… Continue reading The Soul of the Family
On June 22nd we undertook our next chapter: driving training. Chroi will be in training with Cori of CERT Horsemanship. Training began straight from day 1, with Chroi’s first “session” being loading her in the trailer. Watching Cori work with her was such a pleasure and a relief: a pleasure because she was completely calm,… Continue reading Next chapter: Off to Driving Training
At the beginning of April my husband was hit by a car while he was crossing the street in a crosswalk. It shattered his left leg and left him with fractures throughout his body. On top of 6 months of unemployment, it was utterly devastating. We’ve not had insurance. We’ve not had income. We had… Continue reading C’est la vie (or rather, life with ADA compliance)