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November 08, 2022 5 Comments
This is not to be painfully aware of the inevitable… It’s to bring awareness of appreciation, love, and gratitude for your horse.
If every time you’re with your horse, you have a moment that you treat as if it’s your last… I know a lot more will be shared.
We often think about “tomorrow at the barn.” We focus on our goals and what’s next. And of course, that’s life with our horse. Thinking about goals and the future are all great things….. but what would you say differently if there was not going to be a tomorrow?
Would you thank them every day for all they’ve given you thus far? Would you tell them how proud you are of them? Would you touch them with the same appreciation that they have touched your heart?
Hug their neck a little longer, touch them a bit softer, stand with them expecting nothing for a while. Don’t wait until the end to verbally tell them what they mean to you. Look them in the eye and speak to them like it’s the last time, every time.
Tell them what they mean to you. Tell them now, tell them every day, because in the end, you may not get that chance.
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