Hedge – a windbreak, privet, border, shrubbery; a fence or boundary: As a transitive verb it means to put bushes around something, and in the intransitive it means to try to offset possible losses. So what in the world does this have to do with anything, you may ask. There are three different types of hedges, one being bushes, but the other two being a stone wall or foundation topped with grass or shrubs. In fact, in Wales the drovers (or shepherds) lead their flocks along the Drovers Road, and at certain intervals the road makes a dogleg (or S bend). The stone hedge that lines this road creates a shelter in these bends to protect the shepherd and his flock in bad weather.
Do you need that extra push?Is your mindset no one understands your struggle or can identify?If that is you....Why should you do it alone?
We want to stand in the gap and make up the hedge - helping "protect" you from the things that can easily be avoided with simply, a little accountability. Our goal is to just be a friend and be there for you on your weakest day / night.