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My Favorite Things

Tuesday, January 21, 2014 9:08 AM | Anonymous


This morning as I was giving the horses hay and cleaning up from a night of processing all that hay, I began thinking about my favorite things.  I thought I might share them with you, with the hopes that you will add to my list by sharing YOUR favorite things as well.


Linda Pucci's Favorite Things:

  • The sound of horses eating grain
  • The smell of fresh hay
  • Being able to see my horses' breath in the cold morning air
  • Watching the horses graze in my pasture with the Smoky Mountains as a backdrop
  • Finding the ice on the water trough is already broken when I arrive in the morning (How do they do that?)
  • Bluebirds in the pasture year-round
  • Horses lying in the sun on a cold winter day
  • Watching my horses kick up their heels as they run from the lower pasture to the top of the hill
  • Finding new offerings right next to the manure pile
  • The sway and rhythm of being on horseback as we walk up mountain trails
  • Hearing my horse nicker at me every morning
  • Being my own boss
  • Seeing clients get "aha's" and watching what a huge difference it makes
  • Watching people transform before my very eyes
  • Teaching students to effectively facilitate experiences with horses
  • Having a horse come to the fence to greet new people who arrive at my office
  • Seeing the horses touch noses with the neighbor's dog
  • The smell of horses when you bury your nose in their neck
  • Being able to sense a horse looking into my office window
  • Those soft, wise equine eyes
  • Having a life with horses in it!
What are YOUR favorite things? 

Comments

  • Monday, January 27, 2014 5:54 PM | Anonymous
    Thanks Linda for these wonderful thoughts. My all time favorite is the warm air coming from the nostrils of my minis.
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  • Saturday, February 15, 2014 9:26 AM | Starr McAlexander
    Sharing one of our Spirit Song Equines,
    (our most adorable standard donkey included)with a child
    who dearly would love to have a horse of his/her own,
    allowing them to participate in the "owning" of that equine,
    and watching the wonder that goes on in the bonding of that
    child/equine relationship!
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  • Monday, March 24, 2014 5:08 PM | Lesley Elchuck
    The smell of the earth as it is thawing from a long winter's sleep
    Watching my dog run happily ahead of me while I ride my horse
    The feeling of power beneath me as I ask my horse to increase his speed!
    The look of a horse. I will never get over the admiration I feel when I look at a horse.
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