Gabe and I were strolling along the paths of Proceno, when I mentioned that I have trouble making decisions. This came as literally no surprise to him and no surprise to me. The "What do you want for dinner?" "I don't care, whatever you want" conversation was had a lot in our pre-travel days. However … Continue reading The Problem with Indecision
In the small town of Luino, on the crystal clear waters of Lake Maggiore, we bring our time in Italy to a close. We have been here for 7 weeks. We've seen the romantic Tuscan hills, the Olde World architecture and charm of Proceno, the bustling city streets of Rome and Florence, and the very … Continue reading What I’ve Learned in Italy
Our stay in picturesque Proceno is winding to a close. We've been here for 30 days, spent a quiet Christmas and rang in the New Year with style. Our Homebase and hosts have been gracious, generous, and helped us feel right at home. Proceno, Italy If you're planning an Italian getaway and you enjoy the … Continue reading What To Know About Visiting Proceno, Italy
As I'm sitting here typing this, I am actively avoiding two of my crutches. The TV and it's enchantments pull at me to come sit on the couch and binge watch some mind-numbing, soul numbing, streamed in, curated just for me, content. Guaranteed to make sure I don't have time to think any uncomfortable or … Continue reading What’s Your Crutch?
In your most vulnerable moments, are you afraid that if you really show up for your horse, he might not like you? Are you afraid that if you own up to your fear, lack of knowledge, or lack of experience, or other perceived short-coming you might have to give up your horse, and by proxy, … Continue reading A Vulnerable Conversation with Your Horse