patiently waiting

september 30, a beautiful sunday afternoon, i was getting ready to take ben out for a trail ride. well, one wrong move, and i turned my foot, and later found out I fractured my 5th metatarsal. before I met dr. imatani, i didn’t even know i had a 5th metatarsal. being the determined woman i am, i still had a 3 hour trail ride on ben, and rode my harley home. it has been 7 weeks, today the dr. said 2 more weeks non weight bearing. i am hoping to walk soon. i miss being able to ride and be more active, with my horses. but, with the assistance of my faithful horse handler, pat, and some mechanical devices, i have been able to continue group, and do some individual work.

i hope your holidays are cozy and warm, spent with those you love.

come out and join us for some hot cider and group, or schedule an individual session. we also will be having a vision retreat on saturday december 29th. sign up today (before 12/10) and bring a friend for free!


4 thoughts on “patiently waiting

  1. Just reading your blog, with my broken 5th metatarsal. Hoping my foot will heal without a trace so I can resume the movement I love. I love horses, did gestalt training for OD in Cleveland, and curious about the application of that to horses. Small world.

    • Hi Shirley,

      I am so sorry you broke your 5th metatarsal. What a bummer. It takes time to heal, but it does heal. Sometimes when in the middle of it, it feels like it will never happen. That is so interesting your love for horses and your gestalt training. I would love for you to come out and experience the work that I do with the horses. I would also love to meet you in person. Do you live in the area?

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