Monday, May 11, 2015

Still here after a Year

Looking back at "A Good Horse", I see my last post was just a year ago. Well, first off I'm glad it certainly hasn't been longer than that since I last had something to say.


(excuse me, Blogger but you mean to tell me you haven't added emoji's to the blogs yet?)

Many times I had thought about adding a blog post but just didn't feel up to the task of expressing myself. I guess I also defaulted to Facebook for a faster snippet update of my life.

So much has happened in the past year, so I guess I was just busy and tired too at the end of the day.

Some things are still the same. This wonderful fellow is still the horsey love of my life. :)

Still enjoy working with this boy. He's been healthy and happy (knock on wood) and continues to be a source of joy in an otherwise stressful world.

I've had some losses. The hardest one was my mother passing away suddenly this past autumn. I'm still hurting and healing from that. She and I were so close. It's been rough.

Other things, just part of life I guess have been happening. Don't know how much to share, maybe time will give me the chance to open up more. But I want to bring this blog back. Maybe the writing and posting will help me find my way. Sharing what horsey musings and experiences I've had were always helpful to me and hopefully to some of you.

Keep an eye out for me, I plan to stick around.


Promise said...

It's good to hear from you. I know I have been checking in periodically to see if you've updated.

So sorry to hear about your mom.

Kelly said...

My condolences regarding the loss of your mother. Good to see a post from you - and a pic of your handsome guy!

English Rider said...

Good to see you here again. So sorry for your loss. I'm sure Joey's mane has absorbed some tears over the months.
Life has sped up in many ways. Stay with us and share your world.

Once Upon an Equine said...

I'm sorry about your mom. A good horse is a comfort when life gets rough. Glad your boy is well and your are finding joy with him.

Anonymous said...

It is tough to lose your mother. I'm glad Joey is still a big comfort.

Ian H said...

Sorry about your mother! I didn't give up on you and enjoy your blogs!