Original Story by R.T. Fitch “Not too bad of a day, considering…” mumbled Erma from behind the cash register as she poked away at the Square iPad thing. Jasmine, seated at the small table nearest the diner’s diminutive counter looked up and replied, “Say again, I can’t hear […]
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The past few weeks seem to have blended together into a blur of sadness, disappointment and sorrow; not just on a personal level but globally as well. Here at home we have lost one of our last, loved family patriarchs and leaders, a tremendous blow to our family […]
Story by By Jaine Treadwell “This is the day of renewal, resurrection and new life with spring popping all around us. Time to take stock and refresh. We spent quite a bit of time, this day, in attempting to locate an equine related Easter story that might invigorate […]
Last published 01/09/2011, by R.T. Fitch ~ author of “Straight from the Horse’s Heart“ Recently I was engaged in an email conversation, with a group of colleagues, on the issue of the extensive cruelty exhibited by Federal agencies and our government, overall. The discussion was centered on the […]
by GloryHorses.com Horses: A Woman’s Best Friend People tend to enjoy owning pets of various kinds. Some people like dogs and cats while others lean towards much bigger friends: horses. Studies are done all the time to determine the benefits of owning different kinds of pets, such as a recent […]
by R.T. Fitch Okay, I confess ,this is not equine related, but it is, once again, another chapter in the wild and wacky life of one, R.T. Fitch. If it is weird and off the scale, it WILL happen here. For your enjoyment… Several weeks ago, I wrote […]
by R.T. Fitch Last Sunday’s Father’s Day installment was, perhaps, a little dark for the day but with good reason. Many, many good people are struggling with personal issues of loss, care-giving and diminished hope yet continue to get up everyday, face their fears while doing good for […]
“I would like to tip my hat to the Fathers, both two and four legged, who have protected, provided for, nurtured, trained and raised their biological charges with dignity and respect. A good father makes for a better future adult and a better world.
But as we age, many of us no longer can say ‘thank you’ to those family leaders who made us all what we are today. Be it death or illness, our parent is, perhaps, a loving memory or a spirit that still whispers in your ear and keeps us on the straight and narrow.
So for those who can hug their dads and enjoy this day I say revel in it to the hilt…and for those of us who cannot, I offer up this song and video to give you strength, peace and a reminder that you are not alone. May you all have a blessed day” ~ R.T.
By R.T. Fitch “Wash your mind out with this…” It is Sunday again and time for us to stop, stand still and ground ourselves in what REALLY matters to us, our family and friends. Of course, to everyone that is different and can range from a very intimate […]