A New Opportunity
Seemed like it would be fun! I tend to have a slightly skewed perspective and a strange sense of humor, but I knew I was surrounded by good solid folks who wouldn’t let me go too far into left field.
I may have slipped one or two by them, but so far no one has complained.
So I started researching the proper way to blog over the Christmas break.
You see, here at South Texas Tack we take what we do really seriously. All of us are looking to expand our knowledge base and we are always going to some kind of training or another.
It’s a good day for us when a customer comes in looking for a D ring snaffle bit and we can direct them to where they are in the store. When that customer goes home happy, that’s a good day.
But it’s a great day when a customer comes in cause the bit they’re using isn’t quite getting the job done and we get to spend a little time talking about what’s going on and what they’re trying to accomplish. Finding solutions and helping riders get to the next level in their given discipline. That’s a great day!
So we study. We ride. We keep an ear to the ground.
Blogging about life at South Texas Tack has felt really natural. Being honest and talking about what it is we do here, that’s my default setting anyway.
I’m as tech savvy as the next person, when it comes to working with a computer. Bless my college guidance counselor for talking me into taking those computer application classes.
HTML just reminds me of a really bad Scrabble hand.
It would be really easy to let it slide and just focus on the actual writing. But, that’s not how we do things at South Texas Tack.
So it’s time to take a step back and a deep breath. Maybe I would prefer be at the barn over sitting in front of a
computer screen. But, I pay for my time at the barn by sitting in front of a computer screen.
Cause, as someone much smarter than me once said, “Hard is not the same thing as impossible.”
Written by L.H.