Hi, my name is Sandy Lagno. I am a reluctant baby blogger.
It has taken me two years to get to the point of writing my first post. I am one of God’s slower children. Two years ago a friend suggested I look into blogging. I had no idea what she was talking about. Computers and the internet are foreign countries to me. And, reluctantly, I am learning. When I was in high school a mimeograph machine and an IBM Selectric typewriter were high tech. The learning curb is steep here!
The other part of this slooow process is, doing this scares me silly. I felt the same way in 2008 when I published a book the horses and I did together. That was tough enough and this is off the charts. This is like wearing your underwear in public. No, worse being naked, there’s a chilling thought! Ok, moving along.
The work I do is animal communication, which I call inter-species translation. The communication work grew out of my 59 years of working with horses.
To say the least, I am much more comfortable working with horses, dogs, and cats then I am using a computer. So this blog is not going to be techno slick. What I lack in being a techie, I aim to make up in content. I will do my best to relate to you how animals view their lives. Not how we humans think animals view their lives. The animals have taught me there is a real difference.
I was pushed very hard by the animals, horses especially, to present their views to humans. The beginning of this, as I mentioned above, started with a book the horses and I wrote called “Horses: From Our Side of the Fence.” This blog is a continuation of what the horses and I started.
I owe a great deal to the animals for their push and support. I also, big time, owe my human friends who helped me get this site up and running. They are saints as I came along kicking and screaming while they lovingly pushed me along saying “there, there, it will be just fine”. To Cheryl, Christina, Joye, Mitch, and Dave I say a heart felt thank you. Without you this site would not be here.
I did it, I wrote my first post! Uh oh, I just realized this means I have to write a second post. Don’t worry, if the horses could push me to write a book, I know those slave drivers will see to it I continue to write posts.
For now, this is the horse slave signing off.