Tuesday, January 01, 2008

A Time for Reflection...

Isn't it funny how we don't get posted all of the pictures that we take or events that we want to share. I guess it really isn't "funny", it is just that when I had time to stop and look back over this blog, I realized that I didn't have the time to do all that I wanted to do.

For instance ~ I planned on posting about all of TnT's Australian Vacation, get more posts and pictures of the guys training Coal and Cahlibur and post about delivering Daffinah to her owner up north by way of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge. I never did stop to look for and find the picture of TnT's 7 1/2 foot tall snowman that I wanted to post for the holidays.

Maybe my New Year's resolution needs to be "to be more organized" or to "not fill my plate to overflowing". I think though, instead that my resolution for 2008 will be to live one day at a time and enjoy that day to it's fullest. If I get any of the above mentioned pictures and postings posted here on MnC that's great, but if I don't...we have the future to look forward to and to enjoy!

TnT are now hooked up to the internet, so they will be able to help me once in awhile with posting. They are still working 12 hour shifts, so it will be once in a while for right now! As we wait for 8 hour shifts, so the guys have more time with the horses, I will be introducing you to a "Cowboy Artist" from East Texas, I have several new additions to the BLOG VILLAGE Equine WebRing to add, and BLOG VILLAGE Interviews to complete, and I am still going to find that snowman picture!!!

In the picture above, Travis is riding Oakley in the foreground. Mr G is riding his mare Blaze and this was the day that Tony, Travis and Mr. G went on their eight mile ride. I love the tall native grass that is nestled among the creosote bushes!
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MnC's Disclaimer: At no time is excessive force, cruelty or brutality used when training the horses pictured in this blog. Reinforcing pats and firm gentleness, along with calmness from the trainers, encourage the horses to do as they are asked.

2 comments:

Sharon Lynne said...

Don't feel bad about the Austrailian vacation. I don't think you are unorganized. I just think you have a lot of things going on!

On my side of the fence, I didn't keep up with the weekly writing posts.

Your right. We need to enjoy each day...and not worry about what we don't get done.

Sometimes, in the morning, I pray, "help me to get done today what YOU want me to do." That might be quiet different from what we expect.

Have a good day! (and thank you so much for your comment and prayers.)

Janey Loree said...

You are most welcome Sharon Lynne! I love your morning prayer!!

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