Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Catching Up Is Hard to Do

When summer arrived, I knew blogging was going to take a pretty big hit. I've had some rather large changes roll through, which have just kept me busier and busier. Life can really eat up the time set aside for myself and my writing, neither of which should really be missed for too long.
Gotta make sure to take care of yourself... smell the roses... eat the roses?
Thankfully, I think the wild upheavals are mostly over now. I think I can get back to documenting my adventures in dressage and horses at large. And, there's so much to catch up on... 
There's jumping adventures with friends... 
And a look at the development of this hunky creature... 
There's riding this lady's delightful horse in a race... 
And the equally exciting story of Pig putting his face in ground bees...
There's veterinary decisions...
And other horse care decisions...
There's relaxing days...
And hard working days...
There's visits from these two...
And also visits from these two...
And always Emma visits!
Plus excellent lecture audits to recap...
And great history reads... 
And shitty pre-show ride problems...
And epic trail ride recaps...
So stayed tuned for details...

16 comments:

  1. Looking forward to hearing about all the fab gun filled summer days

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  2. Onward to glory! Or, erm, the Details!!!

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  3. Yay! You're back in the blogosphere! :D

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  4. I just noticed your new fancy pin! I missed that this weekend!

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  5. Ground bees? GROUND BEES?! Srsly, horse. WHY.

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  6. Ooooh, so much to catch up on!!

    Can't wait to hear about your summer adventures :)

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  7. I'm glad I'm not the only one who didn't blog too often this summer. Looking forward to reading more about yours :)

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  8. I look forward to hearing more! :)

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  9. What the heck is a ground bee... Excited to hear about everything :)

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  10. I'll be here, refreshing obsessively :) It was wonderful to meet you in the course of all the craziness.

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