There's an expression that horse trainers use whenever a client's ride becomes difficult - "Keep riding through it." I've heard it at least a hundred times while riding my horse. It's a function of good horsemanship. If you give up or get off in the midst of difficulties, you might win the battle that day but lose the war in the long run. Learning to be really good at something takes persistence and time. Such it is with life; so it is with writing.
My friend and fellow writer, Liese Gardner, posted an exceptional article on May 28th, entitled, "Weekend Inspiration: The Moment." In it, she describes the things we never seem to have time for anymore. She writes:
6/4/2016 03:33:01 am
I feel very close to this post. It is so true how we let the days pass us by without any thought that it is a special day and we should not waste it. Time ticks by in the blink of an eye. Take time to enjoy and create those Precious Moments! Enjoy your retreat Carol with all the others. Say hi to T for me! She is an amazing lady and im sure you'll be creating some bery Precious Moments. Next time I visit I will have to stay an extra day to visit the horses :)
6/4/2016 02:10:46 pm
Roxane, thank you so much for sharing your thoughts with me! I know that all the TRP authors join me and thanking you for being such a great supporter to all of us. I will let T know that we touched base, and I'll definitely say hi to the horses for you. In the meantime, make precious moments! Best, Carol
3/7/2021 10:39:25 pm
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3/8/2021 06:21:05 am
Thank you very much! Hope it is meaningful to you.
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