Saturday, November 12, 2011

Terri, I did it!

I rode a horse today! A real live Tennessee Walking Horse! The best part.....I didn't fall off and I didn't get scared! Of course I didn't ride very far, either! I had a good short ride and thought I should quit while I was ahead. Nothing like facing your fears head on. I haven't rode for about 25 years because of a very traumatic fall, so I was very proud of myself. Now I have the FEVER!

6 comments:

Brenda said...

Congratulations, Becky! There's nothing like the feeling you get while riding a horse you can trust. I hope you enjoy many more rides. :D

OurCrazyFarm said...

You crazy lady! Here I thought you up and forgot about me (it is me, Terri, right? Not some other Terri??!) But no pictures??! Oooohhhh~ I've missed you! So glad your back in blogland Becky! We've each grieved our own griefs these past 9 months, haven't we . . . so glad we're both smiling and laughing again on the good days:))

CJ said...

I have a fear of riding a horse, only because I'm 3'5" tall and a horse is giant to me. Although, one of these days I'd love to be able to ride one just to say that I rode one.

Good for you though! :)

Like Terri said, if you got pictures please post!! :)

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Rebecca of Sunny Morning Farm said...

hahahaha Terri, Our Crazy Farm Terri, of course it was meant for you! What other Terri could I possibly want to share that important news with? You know I was just chomping at the bit to ride with you when I came for a visit. I had to do it here though!

Now of course you guys know that I am always the one behind the camera therefor NO pictures! Actually we all thought about pictures after we put the horses up! By that time we had to hurry because we had an appointment to go look at 2 new goats!! LOL I love my country girl life! I may be able to snag a picture of the horse that I rode and I will post it if I can.

Gail said...

You give me hope. Congratulations.

I have four and never ride...that old fear bug has bitten me.