Hi, This Is My Letter To You.

Hi, This Is My Letter To You.

  April 2015 Hi, I am so excited to share with you what has been happening in my life for the past couple years. I have been working as the Riding Manager at Alberta Pioneer Camp since 2012 and have had the joy in seeing not only my life change, but the lives of campers … Continue reading

The Best Advice My Mom Gave Me.

The Best Advice My Mom Gave Me.

I have never forgotten this simple thing my mom told me years back, It was about love. And since then, Along with other books and life experience, I have come to see the profound truth it holds. Are you ready for this? Love is a choice. Love is a choice we make over and over … Continue reading

Pressing Through Discomfort

Pressing Through Discomfort

The water rushed past, As I stood nervously at the bank. My horse moving back and forth as I uneasily tried looking around for a good place to urge her down into the water from. The river wasn’t deep, But the way it was moving could of fooled me. I looked past the river at … Continue reading

The Truth About Honesty

The Truth About Honesty

Many of us shy away from being real, From showing up and letting ourselves be seen. And I mean our true selves, The pieces that are full of insecurities, Of flaws, Of doubts, Of hurt, Or remorse. Our true selves that we try to cover up by putting on a smile, Saying we are fine, … Continue reading

Starting Over.

Starting Over.

It’s something we try to avoid. We hold onto things longer than we should, We don’t want to let go of the things that are draining us, We avoid change like the plague. We try to remain where we are, In fact, We try to keep others in our lives, even if they shouldn’t be. … Continue reading

You Got This.

You Got This.

  In the midst of adversity, In troubles, In hardships, Life gets hard. And in the midst of all those things, It down right sucks. To put it honestly. It hurts, It aches, There is resentment, There is anger, There’s a lack of understanding, There are unanswered questions, And our vision begins to narrow. I … Continue reading

Mud.

Mud.

The day after Kid died, I knew I needed to move on. Although my heart broke at the thought of a loss of such a sweet companion. I knew that mourning it looked a lot like moving forward. I couldn’t sit and dwell on the fact that he was gone, That would only make it … Continue reading

The Radiance of a Butterfly.

The Radiance of a Butterfly.

Being transformed. I’m not sure what comes to mind when you hear that, But for me, I think of a butterfly. I am reminded of the stages it goes through, From a caterpillar to a butterfly. Something that is so beautiful, Was once something (a Caterpillar), Which as a kid, I ran from. So I … Continue reading

The Beauty of Refinement.

The Beauty of Refinement.

“ In all this you greatly rejoice, though now for a little while you may have had to suffer grief in all kinds of trials. These have come so that the proven genuineness of your faith—of greater worth than gold, which perishes even though refined by fire—may result in praise, glory and honor when Jesus Christ is revealed.” 1 Peter 1:6-7 … Continue reading

Dealing With Grief.

Dealing With Grief.

It has been a week since I said goodbye to Kid. A week, Where when Friday came, I realized I had done almost nothing. I sat and watched people carrying on with life around me, but I felt as though mine stopped. I have never felt such loss, such pain, such heart break to where … Continue reading