Early Days

In the Dark

Darkness is my pony-time reality now that daylight savings time has begun. Or ended. Whichever.
It’s dark now before I even get off of work. I’m not gonna lie – it does make it challenging when facing this question at the end of a long work day:

Left or Right?

Its in the winter that I really struggle with the 35+ minute commute to the barn each way. But c’est la vie – there aren’t a ton of alternatives and I do love my barn.

Because he’s killed too many little buckets, I guess.

By the way, this is how Hemie says goodbye to me in the evenings:

Nom nom nom.

Goop all over his face!  I give him a kiss on the neck or rump while trying to avoid face contact. I’ll admit – sometimes he slimes me.

And to catch up on my thankfulness.

Day 9 – I’m thankful for a smart, brave horse.*

Day 10 – I’m grateful for good friends and fun double-dates.

Day 11 – I’m thankful for my wonderful doting husband.

Day 12 – I’m thankful for productive, low-stress days at work.

Day 13 – I’m grateful for an inspirational and loving sister.

*On Saturday we did the big log jump after the down bank into water! Such a good pony!

7 comments on “In the Dark

  1. What a beautiful water complex!

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  2. Yah! Good job on the water jump.

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  3. Wow, love the water complex, good job Hemie! I agree, with the early dark, its hard some days to not turn towards the warm and cozy house rather then the barn.

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  4. Woo hoo big log jump!! Ugh the dark sucks!

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  5. Have I mentioned that I love your arena?

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  6. Always jealous when I see your arenas!

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  7. DLST is just no fun… doesn't matter what part of the country you're in :-/

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