The amount of love I have for this girl is indescribable. I grew up with horses. I would get home after school and immediately run out to the barn and spend my time out there until it was dark and my mom dragged me in. When I moved away, I felt I was missing a huge part of what made my heart skip a beat so to speak. I toyed around with the idea of getting a horse for a few years, even stopped and met a few. However I couldn’t commit, money and time were huge contributing factors. I moved over to Walla Walla a year ago with the love of my life and finally with his help and support I finally got a job that changed my life for the better. I told him my dream and he was nothing short of supportive. I found Remi on a Facebook site and no one wanted her. Remi has a degenerative condition called navicular. Without the proper treatment and preventive measures, Remi is very sore. Me and Jarrod went out to meet Remi and I was history. Remi was very sore when I worked with her but still did everything and more I asked of her. I knew the moment I saw her she was going to be mine. Fast forward three months, Remi is rarely sore and happy as can be. She truly is my dream come true and I can’t wait for a lifetime of memories with this beautiful girl. 💜 #photooftheday#love#horselover#horsesofinstagram#loveyourlife#dowhatyoulove#liveyourpassion#daretodream#achieveyourdreams#achieveyourgoals#hardworkpaysoff#workhardforwhatyoulove#countrygirl#AQHA#aqhaproud#equestrian#barnlife#mylove#happiness#horsesaremyhappiness#soulmate#remington#horses#horseselfie
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You’ve got the whole world in your hands, it’s your life, you’ve only got one life. Each day is gone after 12:00am, you don’t get any of those hours back, how do you want to live your life ? 🌎
You know what phrase comes to mind right now???
"It sucks to suck"
Because that's how I feel. My laptop just fully died right when I was two sentences away from finishing this post.
#Wordpress app to the rescue! Thankfully I was able to finish my post on the app and lucky for you, the link to my newest blog post is in my bio! #whoopwhoop
I have just recently hit my one year of blogging mark and I wanted to share my limited knowledge with you guys 🤣
No but seriously, go to my #bio now and read it!
Let me know what some of your blog lessons have been so far below! 👇🏻
I'd love the interaction! 😁
You gotta live a little on fridays. So many cultures take time for good living... for celebrating that which means most to them. What are you up to!!?? Also check out @orendatribe because she's delightful 🌈
Happy flex Friday from Team Jackson! We all have a strength whether it’s cooking, chess, photography we all have muscles to flex! I challenge you to take a picture flexing while doing what you love. And thank you for choosing to have drive and a passion that is unique to you and using them as a gift to others! 💪🏼 💪🏼 💪🏼 #jessiejackednfit#flexfriday#teamjackson#strengthon#bodybuilding#liveyourpassion
My piece, “Beyond the Pleasure Principle,” was used for this edited volume. Here’s the “about me” essay I wrote for it:
My connection to Radical Theology began with the disorienting experience of attempting to read Jacques Lacan. Lacan's ability to make me feel stupid served as a mystical experience. I later learned that he intended this, stating that he did not write in order to be understood, but to have an effect. I specifically remember leaving our reading group on a cold winter afternoon in 2013 and stumbling to a magnolia tree, where I collapsed on the ground in catharsis. This is where I began to realize that this Other, through which I organize my desire, does not exist. I would come to befriend many of the authors in this handbook on the basis of this shared mystical experience. Perhaps most unexpectedly, it was through this circle that I rekindled my friendship with Jordan Miller. I am honored that my former Amherst High School jazz bandmate would choose my painting "Beyond the Pleasure Principle" for its cover.
By coming in contact with my own existential lack, I found myself opening up to the world of art for the first time. I noticed that painting was a way to express what was inexpressible, a way to occupy a space of unknowing. This particular painting consists of alcohol ink on yupo paper, dispersed and guided with breath. It is simultaneously a piece that embodies a freedom in foreignness and alienation, and yet shows a willingness to speak nonetheless. To use the words of John Cage: “I have nothing to say and I am saying it." Abstract painting relies upon a trust in the medium to speak by embracing a kind of non-mastery within one's agency. This kind of impossible possibility lies at the very heart of Radical Theology.
alcohol Ink on Yupo.
✨TAG A FRIEND FOR ENCOURAGEMENT✨ Just a little reminder. If you can’t stop thinking about it, don’t stop working for it. It doesn’t matter how long it takes. The only sure way to miss out on achieving your goals is by giving up on them. #moTAIvation 💜
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So ... mom has been officially retired for almost two months and she’s trying to figure out “what’s next?”... and of course, naturally, I put her through our mapping process today! 😁 Starting with friends and family members, we’ll need a test market for tasting & providing feedback on her home cooked Lao food. Catering intimate family and social gatherings is in her future. Survey: Would you order a Lao food spread for your next gathering? #yay#mom#nevertoolate#liveyourpassion