I think one of the hardest things about chronic illness is the downswing. Those days or weeks right after you’ve just had a really good spell. You spend the entire upswing waking up and reminding yourself to enjoy it. Don’t forget it’s just a spell. Remember the downswing is normal. These things are cyclical. ThoseContinue reading “And the rain comes tumbling down …”
We interrupt our puppy raising posts to bring you a post about our newest adventure! We are training a Miniature Horse to be a Service Animal. According to the Americans With Disabilities Act, only two animals can be service animals: Dogs and Miniature Horses. Here is an excerpt from the ADA about Miniature Horses asContinue reading “Miniature Service Horses”
You, Mr. McGuigan, will not silence the disabled women who laid the ground upon which you walk in this industry.
“It’s these quiet, secret moments that are 99% of their job…Those little things they do matter so much.”
“maybe there isn’t an end. Maybe that’s the point.”
“I go to work, I laugh and enjoy my colleagues, I pretend I don’t feel like the first picture.”
Stay with me. It’s phrase I’ve found myself saying to clients and potential clients more frequently lately. “Have you considered that perhaps a Service Dog just isn’t the right tool for you?” Why is this so shocking? Why are we so horrified whenever it’s mentioned? There are plethoras of treatment options and medications that areContinue reading “Maybe, a service dog isn’t the right tool for you.”