Yesterday was the first day of the jump clinic. I was incredibly nervous and kept wondering why in the world I signed up for a stupid jump clinic. Marc, the trainer, introduced himself and asked about me. Then he said that Linda and Laura had both told him that my anxieties exceeded my abilities. Meaning it's in my head.
I don't have a huge amount of time to write a well thought out post....oh wait, I NEVER write well thought out posts. I don't edit either. I'm so lazy.....anyways. I'm sitting with a giant cup of coffee, my body aching in ways I didn't think it could. And I'm gearing up to go back today. Yep, I'm riding BOTH days.
I'm dragging the husband out with me today to try to get video or pictures or something. I will do my best to post later today if I can.
The most important thing that I came away from this experience (besides to LOOK WHERE YOU"RE GOING!!!!!! I'm a solid 'watch the horses head' dressage rider.) is that I'm okay. My horse is okay. We're a good team. And when my nerves are in check, I think I might be enjoying myself.
This clinic (so far) has been full of AHA! moments. I can't wait to share them with you....after I survive Day 2.