My grammy, Marion Libby Broaddus, was a spectacular woman.
Mainly because she was such a unique person. She was 9th was a generation Mainer, who had a … More
Everyone who knows me knows that I'm a draft person. A person, who above all other horses, loves draft horses. It's true, I am a draft lover.
Know anyone … More
I was a bit of a horror, as far as teenage daughters go.
My mom and I fought, almost daily, for many of my early teenage years. I was a pain, to say the … More
I was 23 when I found out I had cancer.
Melanoma skin cancer, in fact.
The funny part is, I was never a big tanner. I didn't care too much about looking … More
"Some stories don't have a clear beginning, middle and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without … More
It all started when I moved to Montana.
I’m not new to starting life in new places. I moved to New Hampshire in college, I lived in Ireland on a study abroad … More
I grew up in Maine, in the northeast corner of New England. As a whole, Mainers pride themselves on being practical people; intellectual dialogue, democratic … More
Want a horse but can’t afford it?
You’ve got some options.
Recently, I wrote an article called 10 Reasons Your Daughter Should Own a Horse, which detailed … More
After living in Wyoming for a couple years, I moved home to Maine for a few months to figure out my next direction. One afternoon, I went into Eddie Bauer, and … More