Thank you all for your comments and suggestions! I really appreciate them!
Every day, progress is happening. I think my biggest challenge now is to simply not be in a hurry. I'm happy that I don't have to go back to work until after New Year's, so still have a week when I can go out and work with her a few times a day.
Still haven't gotten the halter on her, but I've stopped worrying about it. We're just taking it slow.
After the past week of "work":
*She comes to me every time I go within 50 feet of her unless she's eating.
*She's no longer pushy for treats - I hold up my hand when she gets to my space and she stops. She's mostly stopping on her own now.
*I've learned that to touch her head, I can start at the neck, then scratch ear, then slide hand down side of face. Works every time!
* She'll stand still and let me stroke her all over, pick burrs out of her tail and feathers (she wouldn't let me touch her feet AT ALL before).
* I can gently push on her front, her shoulder, or her hip, and she yields and moves. So, I push her around a lot!
* I'm carrying a variety of things like hats, lunge whip, bags, and she's starting to be way less reactive. She's curious.
I think this is great progress!!!!
My goal for next week is to be able to pick up a foot and to get the halter on. But no rush.
Thanks again for the encouragement.