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[Riding] Follow-up

Okay, wow, I ache in places I didn't know it was humanly possible to ache. Aleve is my friiiiend. However, I also feel much better than I have in a long time; the ache and all is a /good/ ache, if it makes any sense.

I dunno. Maybe the riding, grooming Desi and all, just hit some empty niché in my life that I wasn't aware needed filling, and filled it. Whatever the reason, I just feel a lot better than I have in some time. :)

And I cannot wait until my lesson next week...!

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The good ache makes tons of sense.

I don't like the ache I have after starting work on my second job, but the ache is good and I have to feel satisfied because it's a reminder that I finally got the dedication to get off my ass and get a second job!

I know those aren't quite the same, but I can relate somewhat and understand I think. :)
Hooooorsie. *whimper*
*nods* Hoooorsie!

You really ought to sign back up for lessons, you know. You have the money! And it would probably help a lot with your stress levels.
I know precisely that ache, but it will pass with time. In the mean time, I highly recommend this book: Fit For Riding by Eckart Meyners. By focusing on the muscles that you will be using riding, you will progress much faster.

I look forward to hearing about more lessons. This is so nifty.
You make me very, very jealous. All of the horses I have available to me I can't ride. Lady is too arthritic, and Pooh and Fancy aren't yet broken. Boo!

I really, really miss riding. I should really look into finding a stable near her and seeing what their trail costs would be. Or even lessons again... hrm.
I miss riding, too. It's been too long since I've done anything like that. *sigh* Maybe one of these days I'll get back to it, if I'm not too old by then. :)
I'm glad that you're enjoying it!