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  • Writer's pictureRose Gillies

Is it spring yet?

It's been a busy week or two work wise, which has been great! I am excited to see so many of you out enjoying the better weather and getting back to working more consistently and/or showing.

The days are getting longer and the weather is (mostly) better than January, and I for one am excited about things to come this year for my own horses and for yours!

After a cold start it felt almost spring like today and I did a lot of work at home clearing a pasture and burning dead things. The horses are excited to have some more grass to eat.

It's going to be another busy week this week with lots of bodywork sessions booked in, and I'm booking into march and april which is amazing!

I'm so thankful to everyone for keeping me so busy and to be a part of each of your journeys with your horses.

In between working and horses, I am keeping myself busy in the garden, which has lots ready to harvest.

I've also promised myself this year I will read more. Not just because I feel I should, nor because of the giant stash of books I'm hoarding ha ha , but because I really do enjoy reading. I've just had a hard time recently making myself sit down and do it, so here's to more books! This is what I'm currently reading right now (this is an amazon affiliate link and costs you zero, but may earn me probably 2 cents if you click on it and buy the book!).

I'm enjoying it so far, although it's not really written how I expected. It's a dialogue between two people. But it's interesting none the less and has some valuable takeaways. I'm all about valuable takeaways right now!

Next weekend I am back to learning, auditing a Tami Elkayam class, one which I have already taken, I just want a review before completing the next level later this year. I'm looking forward to it!

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