I was a very successful hunter/jumper rider from 65-75. I still ride and am training my last foal, Follow Your Heart, now 6 years old. I graduated with highest honors from Rutgers University's College of Pharmacy in 75. I'm a third generation pharmacist and worked in my family's pharmacy until I married a horse vet in 77. I left pharmacy to manage our vet office, equine hospital and breeding farm. In the early 90s, I discovered my animal communication and healing skills with the help of one of my husband's patients. My husband retired in 04. We sold our farm and moved to the mountains of NC and ended up divorced in 05. The events that unfolded six weeks after moving and how I survived them are the basis of my recent book, LETTING GO: AN ORDINARY WOMAN'S EXTRAORDINARY JOURNEY OF HEALING & TRANSFORMATION. This book had to be written in order for me to understand and heal from the most traumatic event in my life. Now, I'm beginning the book I always knew I was meant to write. I've been touched by so many amazing animals, whose stories need to be told, so others can benefit from them as well. My own animals were a crucial component of my recent recovery. The many animals I've worked with over the years taught me powerful truths that were the foundation for the beliefs that carried me out of my Abyss and through my Tunnel of healing to emerge truly transformed. I'm healed and ready to get started telling their stories.
My lifetime of working with animals especially horses.
I'm starting the first book in a series about my experiences in animal communication and animal healing.
I'm also working on articles for magazines and/or animal anthologies such as the Chicken Soup for the Soul and Cup of Comfort.
Visual Impressions Publishing
Horses, dogs, hiking, traveling, anything outdoors
United States Equestion Team, World Wildlife Fund, National Wildlife Federation, Humane Society,Wild Horse Sanctuary
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