How to Get Back in the Saddle Again … with a Twist


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Have you ever fallen off a horse? Yes, falling hurts, but what hurts more – your body or your pride? The term, “back in the saddle again” originally applied to cowboys who returned to work (riding horses) after taking a break.

By the late 1800s and early 1900s, “back in the saddle again” was used as an expression to say “someone is returning to normal activities.”

We continue using, “back in the saddle again” and this term applies to me today.

After a lengthy period of hectic activities caring for my elderly mother, I am back in the saddle again – returning to normal activities – only this time with a twist. Whoopey-tie-aye-oh!

With a twist … another interesting term. I did not add any citrus rind to my cocktail to get my twist. Nor have I turned something repeatedly or wrapped something around something else for my twist.

This twist is not a literary plot twist either. I’m not introducing a radical change in the direction or expected outcome. I have no intention of playing mind games with you.

While preparing to get back in the saddle again, I observed the need to modify (twist) my approach. My aim is to improve my outcome.

Getting back into the saddle again with a twist, is my taking a new approach – a refreshing approach to the outcome. This is not saying the older approach doesn’t work or didn’t work. After all, I am alive … period!

What I am admitting is that I’m always looking for ways to enhance my steps forward in life.

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Gene Autry’s lyrics …

“Whoopey-tie-aye-oh

Rocking to and fro  

Back in the saddle again  

Whoopey-tie-aye-yay

I go my way

Back in the saddle again”

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