One of my favorite authors, Louis L’Amour, wrote:

“Few of us ever live in the present. We are forever anticipating what is to come or remember what has gone.” 

One of my greatest challenges as a caregiver for more than three decades …is to live in the present. I struggle with fear of what may …or is …to come, or I live in regrets of what lies behind. 

When I get up early to feed these horses every morning in Southwest Montana, it helps anchor me in the moment. I know that many of my fellow caregivers feel claustrophobic and trapped. And I also know that fellow caregivers live under the crushing weight of guilt and regret. 

There’s beauty in the moment …and an act as simple as feeding the horses helps remind me of that fact. 

My hope is that is that this short video brings beauty and even a smile into YOUR present.