And so begins 2018...
2018 started of quietly for us. We slowly started to wake up from our turkey-induced comas and began operating classes after the break. Anu (featured above) was out of commission with a nasty abscess in his hoof, but he was a good boy and behaved himself - even though the vet made him stay in his stall for 5 days! Jessica came in everyday to take care of him and play with him, so it eased his mind and kept him company.
Many people often find themselves getting caught up in other's energy. Be it that your child had an emotional response to something, or you feel the tension of your stressed out boss, we have all found ourselves sucked into other's issues and energy. Have you ever talked on the phone with a friend who was going through a difficult time, only to feel agitated after you hung up? You absorbed your friend's negative emotions and energy and let if affect your state of mind/being.
Rescue Horse of the Month
Each month Restorative Reins highlights a rescue horse from one of our trusted rescue centres. The horse may have a great rags-to-riches story, be a rehab pro, or they may be looking for a home. Keep an eye out to meet our horsey pals through our monthly Horsey Highlights posts.
Restorative Reins is looking for a Horse Rescue to sponsor!
We want to hear your stories of the amazing work that these rescues are doing! Send us your 300-500 word essays on the rescue of your choice. We will pick a winner of the essay contest and donate 5% of annual proceeds of all group courses to one (1) lucky Horse Rescue in Ontario.
Tell us about your experiences with the rescue of your choice. What makes them special? What amazing work are they doing? What successes and failures have you seen with them? Why do they need our help? Because we want to help!
Restorative Reins Gives Back!
This blog is written by numerous contributors from our business and other programs.