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That We Can Love is The Gift

By Karen Nowak 03 Feb, 2016
I sat next to a lovely soul named Joan, on one leg of the flight home from the Dominican Republic several days ago. We talked about many thing,  she about her grown daughters and I about my horses.

At one point she said to me “Imagine the love you have for your horses and multiply it by a million. That is how you would feel if you had children.” The sentiment came from her heart, her perspective.

I did, I imagined it and didn’t find love for my horses less than, just different.

In the past I might have judged what she was saying and felt the need to defend to her that I too would die for, my horses, as she would for her children.

There is room in this world for different perspectives to live harmoniously. Respecting what she holds in her heart without having to “make”her see as I do was yet another blessing I received on our trip.

I am proud I love my girls as I do. I do not need others to understand it. Love knows no boundaries. Others may not understand it if they have never experienced being atop a being with such a magnificent heart.

If I judge my love for my horses as less than a mother’s love for her child, I myself am comparing simply because society has taught us to live in a better and/or less than world.
By Karen Nowak 17 Jan, 2016

1.Get handy with a lariat. You may need it to lasso an unsuspecting friend to stay at your house.

By Karen Nowak 07 Jan, 2016
I've Gone Away
By Karen Nowak 29 Dec, 2015
Annie, a 12 year old Appaloosa mare came to live with me last July.

I have had horses for 30 years. This time starting with a new horse was different. I could no longer rely on the flexibility of youth.

I did not grow up riding, only coming to it thirty years ago. I had lots of fear to overcome then, as I do now.

I had crossed into the over 60 crowd when Annie came into my life.

So I again found myself learning a new language. One we both understand. It is one of feel, intent, consistency, and more. Our communication is not merely physical in nature. It is also non-verbal, developed from an emerging trust in one another.  

By Karen Nowak 14 Dec, 2015

No matter what your horse is doing, how it feels inside, will guide its thoughts.

Your horse cannot separate what it thinks, from what it feels.

If your horse doesn’t feel good about what he/she is doing their thoughts will be anywhere but with you.

Their body by nature will want to be with their thought, creating a dangerous situation.

By Karen Nowak 02 Dec, 2015
Butternut USA, a 15 year old Haflinger mare, is another of the horses in my life. 

In previous blogs I wrote about my riding horses.

It is with a humble heart that I apologize to Butternut for making it seem I was leaving her out of the line-up of wonderful horses. Simply because she doesn't like to be ridden.

Butternut and I have been together for 12 years. She has challenged me, frustrated me, and on occasion bruised my ego and my body.

She is no less a major part of me, my family, my heart.

It took a long time to let go of the resentment of her taking us down a different trail. Actually not down any trail. 

Butternut had different ideas of what her life should be than I did.

Could I love her anyway?

Could I let go of trying to change her and respect she is not a riding horse?

Could I let go of believing with the right options she would choose to like it?

Could I accept I just didn’t want to try?
By Karen Nowak 18 Nov, 2015
Two amazing mares led Annie and I to step into a new arena in life. I would like to think wisdom was the deciding factor and not age.

I am working my way to acceptance of what is true. I needed to search out what this time in my life and Annie's would bring us.

My wisdom thought this was a good idea, because there we stood. The reminder of one to many unscheduled dismounts guiding me to seek a safer and hopefully better way.

One that made sense to both Annie and I. Not just gimmicks and tricks that might or might not work in those clincher moments that invariably will arise in our future.
By Karen Nowak 11 Nov, 2015
I have ridden the same two horses for 30 years. Chris for 14 years and Brandy for twenty-three. Only riding other horse on rare occasions. And none with the level of trust I rode my girls.

Riding more horses would have given me more experience, but it didn't happen.

In July of 2015 I met Sun Spirit, now known as Annie. My third, and most likely final, riding horse. She is kind and gracious. And yes she is very much a horse.

Annie is also the one who led me to my first clinic experience. But more on that after a little background.
By Karen Nowak 09 Nov, 2015
The HOW is different for each one of us. But the the building blocks are the same for all.
By Karen Nowak 02 Nov, 2015
A new animal joins your family and the excitement is palpable in the air.

They may come with a name we like and we keep it. Or, they may come one with one we do not like and change it.

But how often do we involve this new member in the decision making?

Do we ask them if the name they presently have, is the one they would like to keep?

Some animals are fine with what we choose.

I live in rural Montana. Imagine my surprise one morning as I walk into my barn and a tuxedo cat greets me that I have never seen before. 

Out of my mouth comes “Good Morning Clementine”. The name stuck. In asking her if she liked it she was quite clear that we could call her what we liked. What was non negotiable was she was moving in.

For many animals the name we use is very important to them. It can change a relationship in the breath it takes to utter it.

In that moment it opens their heart to the knowing we care who they are, what they want, and what they like.

Clementine had no qualms about what we would come to mean to each other. She is very self assured and speaks her likes, dislikes, wants, and needs. She came to us already knowing she had choices.

Not all animals know they can speak to us. And most importantly, that we will listen.

It is not a one size fits all formula in naming our animal. 
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