I grew up in a big family which was such a blast. There was lots of fun and hard times as well. My family lives across the western united states, 5 states to be exact so lots of traveling needed to see everyone in one year. I was very fortunate with my father being a physician to own a horse at an early age. I am an accomplished hunter/jumper horse back rider attending many horse shows throughout my youth. I worked for 2 horse trainers before attending college.
Marriage, 3 beautiful children, two grandchild later I am in the second half of this adventure trying to enjoy every day. I have an amazing family who all support my horse passion. I currently own 2 beautiful horses one has health and lameness issues, the other is a new horse to be trained to be another wonderful trail horse. They are/will be my trail buddies as we trail ride all over the trails in my home town of Norco, CA.
I want to show my passion for life and my horses. I love crafting and cooking as well and I am hoping to write not only heartfelt stories but fun stories too. I’m hoping my blog may be informational with the fun, I have so many ideas. Thank you for reading and sharing my journey as I share with the world my world as I see it through my eyes. Please feel free to comment, I’d love to hear from you! I have so much to share.
This is me – Diana!
7 thoughts on “Diana Prastka Stuckey”
You are blessed. It’s a pleasure to meet a likeminded soul that finds her joy and healing through horses.
Thank you, blessed are the ones who see the life in creatures that are able to touch our soul. It’s truly a pleasure and I think you are blessed too! I can’t wait to see your new mare and how her and Ghost get on and how she fits into your family!
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I do feel blessed. I purposely simplified my life since I was blessed with a baby girl. I live a very simple life now. My joys are in my children, four and two legged. I got some “criticism” today, that I was difficult to be around sometimes because I’m always happy, and to stressing out about things.. lol. I did;t know what to think about that. I do stress about not being able to provide for mac children, but I don’t obsess with it. I believe that you get more of what you focus on. I choose to focus on simple joys. It seems like we have a lot in common there.
Yes, I can be a bit of a worrier, I worry about the future and what will become of my children, will they find happiness… but then I realize I have no control and I need to focus on the now – and in my heart its all about happiness. We do have a lot in common! ❤
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