Visiting my family and spending time with my nieces and nephew they showed and taught me many things that I stopped looking at or better said put behind me. They taught me that it is okay to be afraid but think about it first why am I afraid. If I can’t give a good answer than I don’t need to be afraid. I had to smile at that one. One of my fear are animals. I love animals from a distant. I had a parrotlet. I had a problem feeding it and taking care of it because I was nervous it would of bit me numerous of time with it beak. Blame Alfred Hitchcock for my fear of animals. I love all his series and can watch it numerous times, but when it comes to reality I take fiction into my life (yes, I know, I am weird). My little brother cleaned out my bird tray and fed it for me many days. Once summer came I let it free into the world. I hope it made it home. Even though many people told me I probably killed it by letting it go. I say who knows. At least it had freedom for a short time if so.
In America I touched a horse. Yes, no big deal for many people but it was for me. The last time I touched a horse was the last time I felled off of it. My mom told me to climb back on and I refused because I was nervous to fall again. The day my beautiful niece talked me into touching a horse it did not feel bad at all. I even fed it later on. Does this mean that I will ride a horse. Hecky naw, I would feel bad for that horse back and that would be animal cruelty.
That was part two of conquering my fear. I have a whole list to go and each one I will share a little story and picture with you. Encase your wonder what was step one fear. That was back in the article taking chances