By the time you're reading this in November, the US presidential election will be over (I hope) and we've all done our usual routine to prep our barns and property for winter.
I'm looking out my sunroom window seeing all the barren trees and wonder where the year has gone. I know that 'time flies' but wow! And dare I say - a few snow flakes fell today. Eek!
I'm sick of hearing about COVID-1984. Are you? I have a rash on my nose from wearing the mask. bla. bla. bla. Don't get me wrong, I'm not talking about those who've been gravely affected by this pandemic. It really bothers me that people have died because they were not able to get the surgery they needed when many hospitals sat empty. My prayers go out to those still effected for sure.
I was enjoying a rare, lovely brunch with my group of friends I call the Hanover Group. There were more rules in place at the restaurant and we all complied except 2 ladies. They were not comfortable so they stayed at home. And we all respected that.
I think this is a time for each of us to find out what is important to all of us.
For many of us it will be staying close to home.
This year I've taken a lot of art classes. The one I'm working on now is called a Box Of Colors. It doesn't sound like much but I think people need to do what helps them get through this pandemic.
I've also been doing a lot of riding. I'm also working on colt starting my long yearling.
Whatever you need to do. Take care. And don't let the fanatics wear you down!
Putting my spin on dealing with the fanatics!