Halloween has always been an odd one, I'm not keen on bringing zombies, blood, gore, clowns (I cannot deal with clowns, ever.) into real life - I like that they can left to the imagination and be found when you so wish. Rather than forced upon you. Saying that, I very much enjoy thrillers! When … Continue reading Halloween, do you or don’t you?
When you go into a teaching exam, or an assessment - one of the first things the Assessor asks you is - what are some key attributes of a coach... and man it is hard to think of them on the spot - 'fun/interesting/learning styles adaptable/active/driven/helpful/smartly turned out... you know the drill. But even after … Continue reading Three Essential Attributes Of A Riding Coach
So we've all been there, we've all got the buzz, and the 'this is new' vibe; you know what I'm talking about. It's all fun and games, until it's no longer fun and games anymore - something breaks, you realise you're not as OK with something as you where, things aren't as good as they … Continue reading That Hearty Sprinkling of Salt
Looking for more blogs to follow, I came across Heather Wallace of Bridle & Bone and saw that she had just released her 'Blog Hop' hot off the press and I cannot be more excited to be involved in the first ever one. The theme is 'Why do you Blog'. Now then, I can remember fondly the … Continue reading The Seed That Birthed What I Write Home About
So, if you have done some back reading (not far though, don't worry; you can also find it here), you will know that I have changed horse recently. I keep saying it's only been 8 weeks, but actually it's been 4 months. And it's been a delight. But as anyone who has gone through a … Continue reading 10 Emotions You Experience When You Get A New Horse…