Great stuff :) sounds like its looking up for you.
Keep positive, you obviously accomplish lots when you are :) Posted via Mobile Device
Thanks Curly I hope things are going great for you and your girl too! And yes :P I am very productive when happy
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Glad you had a great day! What part of MD? I just relocated to PA, not far from MD at all. Would be kinda funny if I have passed by him sometime; small world!
Kudos for singing! Singing raises self confidence, according to a study I read. Keep it up! :)
Can't wait for another great update. :) Prayers for your leasee and her loved one +
Upper Marlboro :P Very small world!
And thanks; it truly does. I love hearing people sing regardless of "quality" but I hate when others put down each other for their voice. It's very sad.
Thank you, she will sure appreciate it!
Not really a full day update but today my mom started her job so I have the whole house to myself (not really cause my brother is here) but I'm happy for her. She's been in the house since.. phew, September. She didn't really go anywhere when we lived out East except to drive me to the barn so this is a huge step in a good direction for her.
As for Sky, he is in a happy happy happy mood with the lessee :) Which makes me very happy because he is absolutely no fun when he decides to be a jackrabbit. He got a nice bath today and I wanted to share the picture I received this morning. I hope RandysWifey doesn't mind, but it's beyond cute.
Doesn't that just make you smile? He's got such a beautiful expression on his face and his long beautiful lashes just add to the picture!
Awesome! Did you live over there, or is he just there? I'm about two hours from there. Perhaps if I'm still here in a year and a half we can go find some trails! :)
Cute picture! He is a doll. Makes me miss my beasties as well. Time flies when you're "horseless," I have found. Though it does seem to drag. It has been 7 years for me in July or thereabouts since I rode regularly, save for 4 separate two month intervals of training for people and working at camp.
Lessons are on hold. Got to budget those in eventually. I have a lot of "budgets" and since I have very little to work with atm it's not happening lol.
I lived in VA near DC but it was an apartment so when I come back it will be a new slate. I'll have to figure out where to live and if I can stay at that barn or have to move him closer to where I am. Alll in the air.
But I would LOVE that! :) I dream one day of taking Sky on trails every other weekend or so. It'd be a blast
You seem like an intelligent, thorough person. Kudos for being such a self-starter.
I LOVED Virginia when I was coming to PA (drove from Oregon... yikes). Beautiful state and the folks and food were superb! PA is beautiful but the folks here are so nosey in this part of the area. Staring is something taught from birth I guess.. :s ha!
I hope in the next two years to be riding again. The Appalachin trail runs almost through my back yard, so I imagine there are tons if trails around this area to hit up!
Cool beans to hear about your job. It is nice to have a timeline, in my opinion. I liked having a routine when I was working as well, even though I pretty much hated my job; it was great to know I would have a routine to follow and spontaneous activities were actually rewarding, instead of doing nothing/whatever I wanted all day so nothing was really surprising.
Virginia is beautiful.. traffic is awful though.. worse than DC IMOP.. but my goodness my heart is with Maryland. Such lovely fields and some hills. Love the forests too as my barn is surrounded by them :)
I hope you get to ride as well! My friend hasn't been on a horse since she broke 3 vertebrae (been 2 years) and she JUST messaged me saying she did it and how she missed it but her legs are burning, lol!
But wow!! That must be a gorgeous sight to see (the mtns) and probably some stellar trails there!
That's very true! It's nice to have an idea of what's going on but I love when spontaneity is present! It's a great challenge :)
We drove through PA.. I don't think we did Oregon but omg PA was SO SO SO Hilly and the roads were... insanely steep. It was SO much fun, but impossible to locate the gas station that we desperately needed. And I did get that nosey feeling from the people I met there shortly.. but we DID have a huge uHaul attached to a huge SUV so I don't blame them