As in outside.
The answer to a lot of things many times is to just get out and ride. Even if you did not even know you were looking for answers.
Forget everything else.
Ignore your phone. (Except for to take pictures, duh).
Leave all your worries and troubles far, far away. They will be there when you get back, if you want them.
Don’t have a horse? Go for a boat ride or a bike ride. Go for a drive. Or a walk. Anything.
Get outside. Feel the air. Smell the smells. Listen to the birds. Let that horse run and stretch her legs under you.
Just get moving.
Climb the hills or mountains.
Take in the inspirational vista in front of you and get close.
Then go back down, get to work, and maybe move some cows.
Embrace all the feelings.
Climb the hill again.
Remember what and who IT is all about.
Oh, it also works best with just girls. Humans, horses, and dogs. Mr. Merle stayed behind and had man time this time.
Let me know how it works out for you!
Walk in love, dear readers! I hope you are inspired and motivated this
“We go to the mountain for strength and peace and power. To know God. Then you move to the valley where life is lived. For service.”
2 thoughts on “Get Out”
I love being outside. If I’m stuck inside for a while I feel horrible. Our weather is improving so I can spend more and more time outside.
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We are getting there!…well you are! We have had a very mild winter thankfully! I am so ready for the time to change so we can get more ride time