Dana Foster knows very little about horses and even less about true love until she meets a horse named Moose. Out of necessity, she comically stumbles her way through the mysteries of everything equine in an effort to train Moose so he would not be sold and lost to her forever.
She has had more than her share of devastation, trying to cope with the loss of her best friend, Gerry White Cloud, as well as the constant reminder of apparently losing her soul mate, Neil Spencer, to another woman. So she turns to Moose and her Native Indian spirituality to help her survive.
However, there is no way for her to know that the mysteries and power of the spirit world would draw her and Neil closer together to share the leading roles in their own present-day Indian legend.
Randall Hurst is a very unique horse trainer; one like you may never meet again. Living with the challenges life has thrown at her, she lives in her own self-contained world of routine and familiarity. But on the day that Randi’s colt, Mezeppa is born, it marks the turning point where both her and her companions are confronted with many frightening new challenges.
What does one do when they realize that they have gone through the first part of their life with a Half Assed effort?
What did this author do?
She put together, this collection of poetry and short stories to inspire and encourage the other procrastinators out there, who have a ‘Half Assed’ attitude.