I’m not much for talking about myself. I’m average, anonymous (which I prefer) and American.
I have been nuts about horses all my life. I am a retired Army veteran of 21 years.
After retiring from the military, I went back to school solely for pleasure. Like artists or musicians, my husband says, I was born to be a biologist. My degree in biology and environmental science allowed me to legally put BS after my name, but it was a mere formality. Being outdoors, learning from Mother, is where I am happiest.
Due to my economic status (a nice way of saying poor), I don’t currently own a horse. However, I have a wonderful friend who allows me to be an “auntie” to her lovely gelding. This means I’m groom, treat feeder, ally, advocate and friend. I love that horse, and he tells me he loves me.
To protect myself from trolls, flamers, scammers and lawyers, all names of people and (in most cases) the names of the horses in my blog have been changed. But their actions, and what I write about, is all truth.
You may post comments, but keep them clean. I can cuss in ten different languages, but it’s unnecessary to use them in print.