Talking to Cindy Meehl, horsewoman and award-winning director of the documentary, Buck, was like talking to a sister. She was funny, wise, kind and passionate.
Cindy is a woman who has learned to trust her intuition, a favorite theme of mine this year because of my spring 2012 mishaps. You've got to know yourself and trust your unique perspective on getting through this crazy life--fighting for what you love and what you believe in.
I think you'll like this interview and her new DVD series--7 Clinics with Buck Brannaman. I watched them and I LOVED them. There is so much down-to-earth horse advice packed in and I saw so many little things I was doing that I could be doing better--for the good of my horses--from haltering to riding.
Also, the winner of my Templeton Thompson music giveaway....drum roll....Grey Horse Matters! Congratulations! Woot Woot! One of my favorite bloggers, too, and one I recommend. It is a blog that addresses the "aging rider with sympathy, support, and humor."
My fabulous interview with Cindy Meehl! She talks about her next project (**hint, hint--it has to do with our animals) working with Buck, the inspiration behind making the documentary and working with the cowboys and crew of Unbranded as they get ready for the cross-country Mustang ride!