This post is also known as: I am so far behind on blogging and I have absolutely zero media to share, so I’m writing a quick recap to share what’s been going on. Lately, blogging has fallen a bit by the wayside as other areas of my life have become more hectic. Honestly, it’s not a bad thing — although I am missing you guys a tiny bit. I’ve been trying to stay up-to-date on reading and commenting, but writing has been more… elusive for me these days.
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This isn’t going to be your typical product review. Susan from Saddle Seeks Horse approached me about doing a joint, simultaneous product review of a new grooming tool. Of course, I jumped on the chance and suggested we should go one step further and do a video product review, in addition to our typical written content. There are so many grooming tools out there, so what’s one more? Well be prepared to be surprised and entertained, as we present our Grooming Hands Review by Saddle Seeks Horse and Fly On Over!
I had a busy, but amazing weekend and it all started on Friday when Genny from A Gift Horse came to visit! I’ve said it before, but one of the best and most unexpected perks of becoming an equestrian blogger has been this welcoming, supportive community. Getting to meet bloggers from all across the country is such a cool experience, and I never pass up an opportunity to do a meet and greet. So when Genny messaged me on Facebook a few months ago to let me know she was going to be in town, I jumped on it!
After the show, Miles got a few days off, so we’ve only put in three rides since. Maybe it’s just my wishful thinking, but his attitude seems different — Miles seems more relaxed and happy and our rides have been short and sweet. The real test of course will be our lesson tonight, and I’m anxious to see how it goes.