I have a blog that is about my life, in which the horses factor largely, but not solely. In it I tell stories about adventures with horses and friends, the loss of loved ones horse, cat, dog and human, vent about work, celebrate and somtimes gripe about friends. It is the whole enchilada, though I don't post as regularly as I would like. I also have to admit that I am not tech savvy enough to know how to post photos, so it is shy on images.
After losing Alibar in September, I started a blog to chronicle my reflections on Alibar's legacy. I also write about my adventures in photography, the world of horse racing, and I keep a riding journal. I log every ride and many of my photo shoots. I've also met a lot of great people online through the blogging community- check out my blogroll for some of my faves. Over the next few months, I hope to give a detailed account of my life with Alibar, from the beginning to the end.
Mine's in my signature too. Well, technically it's not mine, but CANTER's, LOL
http://calabriarose.wordpress.com It started out as being exclusively about Rosey, one of the horses available for adoption (and also the star of the Washington Post article) but since she's having some time out, I write a little about the other horses in the program, the new guy I'm riding now, and visits to the track, etc, too. Working on a new entry now that should be up later today (sorry, not a fun one this time)
There's also the not-updated http://kidklondike.wordpress.com which may be starting back up soon if I have the energy. He was adopted out into the perfect home, until he apparently became allergic to it So he's back for now, but out at the rest farm, so there hasn't been much to update on other than his expanding girth.
"smile a lot can let us ride happy,it is good thing"