Weekend Recap: Mystery Horse

Sorry I’ve been MIA for a week. I got a cold right before coming home from vacation on Tuesday, and I’m still functioning at like 75% of my normal energy levels, plus it rained all weekend, and basically I haven’t seen my horse in way too long. But there is always a way to work horses into even the most dreary of weekends. Before I get into that though, let’s take a quick step back. Continue reading

How do you winter?

So winter hit this weekend, and it was a little cold. I know, I know, you’re going to tell me that in New York you never got out of negative temperature’s with your wind chill, and North Carolina had so much snow that people couldn’t fly home. But you guys. Winter sucks when nothing is actually equipped for cold weather. Continue reading

Welcome to the Real World

Last week, I mentioned that the blog had been around for a year. Something I didn’t mention, but that perhaps goes without saying–since this blog is called The Graduated Equestrian–is that it’s also been a full year and a few days since I graduated and joined the “Real World” of adulthood. And despite a bit of a learning curve, it’s been a pretty great year. Continue reading

Face Woes

As I mentioned in the previous post, I had my wisdom teeth pulled Saturday. My teeth apparently went deep, and a little snaffu with my sedation has meant for a slower recovery process than I was anticipating. I’m finally feeling more normal now, though my cheeks are still pretty puffy Continue reading

Staying on Track

Something really big and adulty is happening tomorrow, but I’m afraid to blog about it until it’s real, so you’ll have to wait a few more days. In the mean time, have a different type of adult post. I’m sure all of you have made a goal to get healthy/fit/thinner/etc. at some point in your life, and I’m sure at least a few of those times it didn’t stick, because this takes a lot of time and planning. Continue reading