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Traxler ASAP! Our 2nd grade class , with the help of our dear friend Emily Eagen, wrote an amazing freedom song as part of the Musical Explorers program this year. Their song was chosen among many submissions to be featured at the A Time Like This concert in March.
As a teacher, it was the chance of a lifetime to be able to give them these memories. It was definitely one of the most gratifying moments of my career. I started off being led around on a pony at a stable in Nairobi, Kenya when I was 2.
Everything I learned over the course of the next decade, where I accumulated three horses and two foals, was taught to me by Dobbin. I was trained first by a horse.
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The two worlds have very little in common… Read more. The Lure of Dominance So was my one-week-old foal delivering a spiritual message and facilitating emotional healing for me; or was he just attacking me for fun, or testing me? Rewilding the Herd — As We Live and Breathe In my last post in this series, I talked about the purgatorial state that follows big changes — that part nobody warns you about, Read more.
The Paradox of Natural When I was fourteen and lost in my own dark mind, I found comfort in this particular paradox presented by my Buddhist father: Slow Feeder Design Comparison I became motivated to investigate different feeding systems after I noticed how horses kept in any kind of enclosure other than pasture, became fixated on food!