Month: October 2021
The Sun came out to play!
“The sun has got his hat on, hip, hip, hip, hooray”
Do you ‘know better’?
Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better” Maya Angelou “Doing our best is an active thing, and so is knowing better. We don’t show up and then wait to magically know better. We listen hard so we can know better next time. We seek out teachers…
This week Cee has given us Vanishing Point as our topic for her Black and White Challenge.
Weird and Wonderful! LAPC #171
This week the Lens Artists photo challenge is Weird and Wonderful given to us by Ann-Christine .Well…here goes! This is a dangerous hind end! The red ribbon warns that this horse may kick! Thank you Ann-Christine for this fun challenge. If anyone would like to see some of the other very entertaining responses to this…
Festival of Leaves, The Finale!
Our neighbours, who are across the street from us, have the best display of fall color in the entire neighbourhood. The other trees along the road have already shed most of their leaves. On a walk through town I saw this. Leaves reflected in the glass door. Thank goodness for my cell phone camera to…
Biasini Speaks: Something new!
Hello Dear Humans. I had a surprise the other day. Therapy Human Lori came to take me to the grooming stall for my PEMF session. And guess who was sitting there in the PEMF chair? Ma Leueen! She said hello and told me she was getting some PEMF for her back. So we both got…
That Goldilocks bend!
“One millimeter more bend. Keep the activity! And the bend! ” These are the words of my coach Belinda Trussell during my lesson on Thursday this past week. One more millimeter? Not too much, not too little, just the perfect amount of bend. Just like Goldilocks’ porridge the bend has to be just right. It…
LAPC#170 Street Art for a good cause.
6731 Main Street in Stouffville Ontario has something going on in front of the house. But what is it? I stopped my car and got out to take a look. As I looked inside the “rooms” I realized this was an extraordinary creation for Halloween! Here are some of the haunting things I saw. I…
Life in Color–Orange!
Life in Color has given us the color Orange this month! I remembered a very daring display of orange at the Tokyo Olympics. One of the leading riders in the dressage world rode in an orange tailcoat. He rides for the Netherlands and their team color is orange. But dressage is very traditional in its…
Street Art LAPC #170
This week’s challenge from Patti at Pilotfishblog is Street Art. Here are some views of street art in the East London Borough of Hackney. Just this week I found some delightful street art right on the main street of the town near where we live. Each of these little “pet rocks” had been painted and…
Festival of Leaves 2021
This year we have had many autumn days of above average temperatures and I have enjoyed those. There has also been quite a bit of rain and cloud on those warmer days. At least that is how it seems to me. The autumn colors are somewhat muted this year with fewer reds and bright oranges.…
Belinda Trussell trains the Passage.
Here is the FEI definition of what is required for a passage ( pronounced pasahhje) The passage is a measured, very collected, elevated and cadenced trot . It is characterized by a pronounced engagement of the hindquarters, a more accentuated flexion of the knees and hocks and graceful elasticity of the movement Each pair of…