Just thought I'd say Hi and apologize for leaving the other BB. I'm trying to lead a bit more of a private life ~ and I was spreading too thin, losing energy/focus for things that really, aren't important
~ I've saved the blog, but it is inactive.
We can chat more later if you have time.
Anyways ~ I'd love to keep in contact, and we can do that here, or my private email.
Hi Michele, just wanted to say, we have walked the same path. I am a breast cancer survivor as well. That's how I found my boy. Had one more chemo treatment left in the spring of 04. Saw him and had to get on him, had'nt ridden in over ten years. Thinking I had nothing to lose at that point, we wrapped my pick-line,"in my arm", and presto, I was hooked. Didn't care bout what I was going thru anymore, just wanted to get back in the saddle. It's been the best thing ever happened, health wise, and in all aspects of my life!
Comanche is a Percheron/TB cross, a PMU horse from Canada. He will be 5 in May. When I got him, he was 15 months old, 300 pounds uner weight, and his feet were a mess. As you can guess, he had some problems. I ride him western, and have started him in driving training. I just ride him here at home. His mind is not with me enough to go off down the street yet. I want to find someplace that I can trailer him to and turn him loose in a safe way. He is so big, that I can't take him too far in the trailer I have now. If you visit my blog you can see more pics of him. He is my biggest teacher!