UPDATE 😍 Alright - a few of you have noticed the lack of coffee related pictures in my story (please note I am still addicted to coffee, YES 😂), noticed a new stable and new horses that pop up here and there, and absolutely correct; my life has taken an interesting turn 😱🙊 A little Emma's History Lesson coming up; As I began on high school, we also moved to a farm. That meant we started our (our, as in my mother and me) first, own and proper equine business - housing horses at our yard, working on rehabilitation, re-training and instruction. As I worked my way through the high school years, I had 9 hours of school a day (including travel back and forth), had a part time job in an equestrian store, and worked out on the farm every single day when I came home from school 😅 When I finished high school, I continued working full time on the farm, as well as becoming store manager for a chocolaterie. That's it; two full-time jobs 😂 Not long ago we had the chance to move to another stable to continue our business there. Our farm in Asker is soon put up for sale, and my mother and I will continue Stall Nova on @semb_hovedgaard where we will continue rehabilitating and treating horses, instruct others and all other things equine related 🙌🏻🍾 Please note that we haven't bought the farm we are currently at; we are able to rent the facilities to continue our journey 🙊 I am so happy for this chance we were given, and I am looking forward to seeing where this might take us 😁 And sorry for no Lillen-picture today (I'll make up for it in my story!), but here is a picture taken at the Norwegian Polo Open charity event we went to last weekend. This is me and my mother (@stall.nova ), you know, getting all dressed up 😍😁 If you see any horses in my story that aren't one of our own three, it is probably one of the darlings we are working with at any given moment 😅
Glad Midsommar 🌸☀️
Happy Midsummer .
Apart from Christmas, midsummer is the most important holiday in the Swedish calendar. For some, midsummer is the most important. Midsummer was considered to be a time of magic, and anything to do with nature was thought to have a special power. Gathering flowers to weave into wreaths and crowns was a way to harness nature’s magic to ensure good health throughout the year. Even though most people these days probably are unaware of the magical origins of the tradition, weaving crowns of flowers is still a major part of any Midsummer observance.
Photo by @victoriaphotographing ✨