Well, this is my last blog post.
This has been such an amazing journey.
From September 2007 to August 2012 - it has all comes to this - 5 amazing years of journaling progress with my horse Eddie and our ponies Scout and Diesel. I have learned so much, changed so much and done so much. We've had our falls, we've had amazing moments... I can't even begin to number them, but I will always remember the wonderful days with my horses, my family, and my friends.
For all the Parelli people that I have come to know, I want to thank you. A huge part of this journey has been immersed in Parelli Natural Horsemanship. I wanted to thank you guys, for your friendship meant a lot to me. Parelli got me down the natural path and I will never regret a moment of it.
And as we moved on to great heights in the natural horsemanship I learned so much. It catapulted me into my current job... An Equine Hoof Care Provider. In two months I hope to graduate and start taking on more and more clients.
Again, this has been such an amazing horsemanship journey. As I finish college in October, and between my work hours, I will definitely continue in my horsemanship journey. There is still so much to learn and so many people to learn from. Eddie has come a thousand miles since we first got him and I can't even begin to describe how much he has changed. From a little 4 year old that reared in fear to a handsome 10 year old who canters and jumps and is the love of my life, we have gone through so much. I have changed too. When we first got Eddie I was 12 and just beyond excited to own a horse, now I'm 18 and starting my career. I can't imagine my life without our horses - they are everything to me and I am so blessed to have them in my life. God has utterly blessed me and I will forever continue to walk down the path He has laid out for me.
As a farewell, I thought I would post this video that I made this month. :-) Beneath it, I will post the very first video that I made of Eddie so that you all can see the progress.
God bless, guys... there's a trail out there that's meant to be blazed...
May the road rise up to meet you.
May the wind always be at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face,
and rains fall soft upon your fields.
And until we meet again,
May God hold you in the palm of His hand.