, congratulations on becoming a Zen Goddess of Extraordinary Wisdom!
A lot of what is said by younger people about midlife is total claptrap. I'm 48 and have never been happier, and while I've got some "weather forecasters" now due to old injuries, my husband and I still do all the stuff we've always done, and still look pretty decent (of course, we've lost a lot of near vision lately
and this may be blurring our focus and causing us to underestimate the extent of our wrinkles
). I love love love being in my 40s. Enjoy!
This was on the mountain climb we did for my husband's last birthday:
And that's a very fine horse you have there; I look forward to hearing more about him.
, so sorry about Mia.
Yes, sometimes we have only
dessert for dinner as well... that is very likely when I make a Blackforest Trifle...
, it's such a nice situation you've got with horses at present: Working with magnificent highly trained horses none of us could actually afford without selling our houses and living in tents for the rest of our lives, being able to hang around the stables caring for them as well as riding them, not having to pay for their upkeep or farrier or veterinarian, and being able to hop on an airplane without having to worry about them. My husband and I would dearly love to hop on a plane to Tasmania again for a fortnight's walking holiday - it's been 9 years since we've been to Tasmania; we've not travelled since we bought this farm - but now that our intensive-care Romeo has died, we actually can start to think about getting a farm sitter sometime before both of us turn 50...
Swings and roundabouts. You're in the perfect horsey situation for your particular phase in life, I think!
, I always love it when you start presenting data.
It's like when
starts on Me et al
Yes, where are
Hope you all have a brilliant Friday!