In Which I Fail to Ponder My Writing Career
On My Mind, Miscellaneous Thoughts
tldr: I’m leaving it a bit late to decide what I want to be when I grow up.
I had planned to treat myself to a long cogitation on the state of my writing career: where it’s been, where it’s going, how to get from the former to the latter. However, I just got back from Stepping Stone Farm where Milton and I practiced our two-pole canter exercise from our lesson at Falcon Hill Farm [What’s Been Happening]. Go Milton! Go Me!
I’m beat. So, I’ll boil it down.
A) Nothing has changed from last time. [In Which I Stare, Blinking, Into the Future]
B) I have the luxury of choice. I should figure out what I want to do with that choice. [Writing Life: What Next? Advice Sought.]
C) First step is to work hard on the one writing job I do have: “Behind The Scenes” USDF Connection.
[USDF Interview: Andreas Stano, DressageClinic.com] December 2017/January 2018
[USDF Interview: Heidi Degele, Dressage-Horse Sales Agent] February 2018
“Richard Taylor, Equestrian Video Professional,” USDF Connection, March 2018
“Daniel Stewart, Equestrian Mental Skills-Training Coach,” USDF Connection, April 2018
“Louise Leatherdale, Sport-Horse Breeder and Owner,” USDF Connection, May 2018
“Eva Peterson, Massage Therapist, USDF Connection,” June 2018
“Tiffany Donnelly, Specialty Equestrian Designer and Retailer,” USDF Connection, July/August 2018
“Beth Baumert, The Dressage Foundation, USDF Connection,” September 2018
“Michele Hundt, Equine Artist and Equestrian Retailer,” USDF Connection, October 2018
“Emily Koenig, USDF, USDF Connection,” November 2018
“Beth Haist, Dressage Specialty Retailer,” USDF Connection, December 2018/January 2019
Thank you for reading,