dress: @lokabuy_beauty 💓
Floor length dresses - a new love✨ Before, I did not think about them, because I am short с: Guess my height😏
Платья в пол - новая любовь💙 Раньше я не думала о них из-за мелкого роста😸 Угадай мой рост (можно ненадо)😁
Red Lady ❤️
Fotografía tomada por @agussballes durante la clase de editorial del curso de modelaje de @escuelaplusmodelarg dictado por @brenda.mato, que tuve la dicha de asistir el año pasado. No está de más decir que haber hecho tan excelente curso es una de mis cosas favoritas del 2018, me quedan unas fotos hermosas que pienso spamear y unos conocimientos que pude ir aplicando a lo largo de mis trabajos como modelo. No duden en hacerlo, se los recomiendo 100%.
4015 hours ago
TGIF! What are your weekend plans? I am celebrating my Sisters birthday tomorrow ❤ 📸@mxdstudios
Let's talk some more about boundaries! We all know it's very important to have safe, firm boundaries in place with your horse. If they are clear and consistent, they enable the relationship to be enjoyed by both parties by ensuring one knows where they stand with the other. .
Boundaries can most definitely be flexible and change though. What a person is comfortable with one day may change depending on a variety of input factors such as mind frame, emotional state, or even physical state such as an injury. And sometimes, we have to admit that we made our horse (or another person) feel the way they feel. It is not up to us to decide how that other entity feels, or be held 100% responsible for that. There's a fine line (as usual) that the horses (and Bob) have been teaching me the last few years. .
While it's important not to invalidate how somebody feels ("I'm sorry you feel that way" is a classic response to invalidate), it's also important that you don't take on their feelings as your own and become entirely responsible. A respectful conversation about how you can both come to a mutually comfortable agreement is ideal. And yes, this applies to your horse! If they aren't comfortable with something, don't ignore that and force them to do or face whatever it may be. Support them, show them it's ok to be uncomfortable but that you need them to at least try and work with you so they can become comfortable with the situation. Work through it with them so they can continue to trust you. Don't feed them BS either, as horses can spot a liar from a mile away! .
Boundaries, respect, communication... We know all of these things are linked, and that the people who have these qualities (and more like them) are usually good people to be around. We all get so mad at the stories in the news about boundaries being crossed with regards to our privacy online - sometimes we need to look closer to home to start making the change though. Your horse can help with that, if you'll let them.
I hope my train of thought makes some sense there. I'm having a reflective, thoughtful morning.
1036 hours ago
🚞 Just scrolled past this diamond 💎 throwback to Nov 2016 ! —
A very memorable trip travelling to some strange place in the Czech Republic with @sazhartland ... glad they accepted dogs on the 1000 modes of transport we took 😂
Cookie the beautie more interested in the view than the camera!
Red heads unite! —
It’s been very busy this month so far working towards awesome things happening this year. Excited to see how it unfolds!
“Very little grows on jagged rock. Be ground. Be crumbled, so wildflowers will come up where you are. You’ve been stony for too many years. Try something different. Surrender.” -Rumi
I have found myself constantly wondering “why?” Why did it rain today? Why didn’t I book that audition? Why do I love popcorn so much? Why is being human such a transient experience that fills us all with such longing and aching and pain and joy and why am I able to think these thoughts and what’s the whole point of all this anyway?
And then I thought: why am I asking all these questions anyway? I’m not going to find the answers to most of them, and even if I do I’ll spend so much time looking that when I finally find them life will have passed me by....
So, I want to try something new. I want to stop asking why and start just appreciating the mystery and the magic of what it is to be human and to be alive. I think I’ll miss a lot of nuance and a lot of wonder if I get caught up in the self-indulgent circles of questions that I so easily fall into.
I could do with a little more magic. And the truth is when I truly look at anything, I feel as if it is purely that: magic.