Verb(ing) – XIV

Reading As always, I’m reading a couple things at once. I’m enjoying some summer chick lit, Distant Shores by Kristin Hannah. This is the first of her books that I’ve read, and I’m really liking it! After this, I’m going to start the mega-hit, The Girl on the Train, by Paula Hawkins. I see that[…]

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Book Review: Horses & Homes

I love a good coffee table book, and Horses & Homes by Jenifer Jordan is just that. It was a very quick and easy read and provided some interesting insights to decorating your favorite indoor and outdoor spaces. I believe Jenifer took the photos herself, and they are lovely. However, I would have liked more[…]

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Horse Country Saddlery

Earlier this year, I had a friend send me a snapchat of some awesome equestrian home décor. I wrote back immediately, and the exchange looked like this: Me: Where are you? Friend: Horse Country in Warrenton Me: Huh, never heard of it. Friend: What?! YOU of ALL people have never heard of it? Yikes! So[…]

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Farm in Middleburg

I’m obsessed with real estate – especially farms for sale in the surrounding areas. I’m always on Zillow or realtor.com checking out what’s happening in my hood, and not because I’m interested in moving (never again!), but simply because I’m nosey. I also find that looking at fancy farms is a great way to get[…]

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2016 Equestrian Summer Reading List

There’s nothing I love more than a good Summer Reading List – hope you do too!! As always, I have a bunch of books in queue – some I’ve just finished, some in line to be read next. Below are a handful on my list; I probably won’t get through all of them this summer,[…]

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Personal Pony Update

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged about my babies – sorry! Everyone is doing well, mostly, so I’m very thankful for that! Takoma Star We’ll start with the eldest in the family. My 35 year old love is doing so well. She has Cushing’s, but for the first year in quite some time, she[…]

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