I know, I spend the majority of my time writing about our horses. Indeed, they are a huge part of my life. If it weren’t for the horses, my life would definitely be less complicated. Getting rid of them is not an option though. Or, at least not now. As long as we can financially take care of us all, there is no need to change anything. Unfortunately, the economy has become so unstable, you just never know; when you’re going to be hit from behind. The past month, the riding accident and not being able to work, has hit our pocketbook hard. I suppose we all feel the numbers crunch at the end of the month. Okay so, most Americans do. No one knows, who’s going to be the next victim of circumstance.
In the morning, a new day begins and I’m going to make the best of it. I’m heading in to work tomorrow, to play catch-up on a few things. Easing my way back in, will be far better, than trying to hit a knock out on the first punch. I have a couple of Standard Poodles to groom. They will be the first of many, waiting until I return to full duty. Thankfully, I have the most amazing clientele ever! Most of them aren’t just clients, they are friends. Many of them have been with me over 2 decades, and we have loved, lost and laughed at life. Thank “God” for great people. Yes, there are still, many wonderful people in this world who, really care.
Can I mention good friends? A co-worker, whom has become a close friend of mine, has gone far beyond the call of duty during my absence. She has endured long hours of non-stop work, 5 days a week and never complains. Shawnie is always a ray -of-sunshine. Everyday, she calls to check on me. Everyday, she brightens my out-look on life and gives me something to look forward to. I can’t thank her enough, for her encouragement and laughter. There are not to many folks in this world who put others before self. They are priceless! A special thank you goes out to Lynn. She made a special trip out to our house. She brought us enough food to eat for days. My husband didn’t have to worry about cooking, while I was at my worst. Thank you, Rebecca, Sharon and Ellen for sending me the beautiful “Get Well” cards. If each one of you lovely ladies were a color, you be the brightest colors in a rainbow. I appreciate and love you all. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart. I miss you all!