I feel like my life is just a constant string of more bad news.
just had the sudden urge to play sims 3
see you in 10 hours
my fav thing are the barista’s comments on the drinks that people have forgotten to fetch
"number 12 your coke is STILL MADE"
"number 12 your coke is going to go flat soon"
درست طوالاليوم والآن أريد أشاهد التليفزيون
same, arabic sentence, same.
On The Spot.
Nine months is a weird feeling. Month markers are always a weird feeling, I guess. It makes it so easy to quantify the time she’s been gone. Nine months. But it has been a lifetime.
It’s the pictures like this that get me the most, I think. Just us being complete dorks. No higher purpose, no future goals. Just me and her.
I still miss her every day. But it’s kind of a subdued hurt now. She’s not in the front of my mind, and I’ve learned that the world goes on, but so do I. Before I felt like I was frozen, incapable of existing without her- incapable of functioning in sync with the rest of the world. That’s not true anymore. I kind of wish it still was, because recognizing that carries its own hurt.
I miss her every day, but I don’t acknowledge it every day. So it feels good to acknowledge it now. I miss you, Princess Rush. The world is worse off without you; my world is forever incomplete without you.
Okay. So I’ve gotten a few questions about overflexion and I figured I’d do another one of these because I can explain things better with visuals.
This is how I retrain bridlelame (chronically overflexed) horses. You can take it or leave it, it really doesn’t matter to me whether you agree with this solution or not. I learned this technique from a dressage master that I trust and respect, and then I went out and researched it and as it turns out almost all the old masters I looked up used some version of this method, so if it’s good enough for them it’s good enough for me.
Also, I haven’t met a sound horse it didn’t work on. It’s best if I spend some time educating them on the mouthwork in hand before I try it from on their back.