Saying Yes to Living Wholeheartedly

Last week, I said yes. Yes to go back to Arizona. Yes to growth. Yes to challenges. Yes to self-care. Yes to life. I thought I had finished my education in the south when I became an Eponaquest Instructor last spring, but it turns out life had other plans. This past week, I returned to …

A Heart for Knowledge

As a farrier, continuing education is important to me. Every year my business partner, Rodd, and I travel to various clinics and conventions in Canada and the United States so we can keep learning, improving, and helping the horses we serve. A few years into my farrier career, I attended the International Hoof Care Summit …

An Old Fashioned Barn Build

There are many near-legendary stories of barn-raising parties from the past. People would get together and work incredibly hard, not for money or recognition, but for the community and a good meal or two. These days that can sound like folklore, but somehow, I had the good fortune to experience it. Moving onto our farm, …

Woke Up With a Bang

How did I change? How did I go from a city dwelling honor roll student to dropping out, moving to the country, and living a life enthralled with horses? My life’s alarm clock went off  September 13th, 2006. I was studying Social Services at Dawson College in Montreal, listening to presentations that uncharacteristically went over …