Monday, May 2, 2011
Reflecting back I came to only one conclusion regarding the A-Z challenge, it’s not for me. I know as writers you guys thrive on this sort of thing but for me it actually became work. I have never been one to do what I was told, when I was told, then throw in doing it by letters and well, it felt like work.
I do, however, love the fact I met some wonderful new bloggers and realize that was the point, for that I am grateful. To those new followers and passersby I say thank you.
To all my followers there is going to be some changes. First, I will be changing my comment time to the evenings. I will be limiting my reading material to real, heartfelt postings; all the writing tips are overwhelming me. I hope this does not offend anyone but there are just so many hours in the day. Also, I have collected several awards which I will be passing on when I get the chance.
Just so you know… this weekend I attended the Kentucky Rolex 3 day event. Since 1985 I have only missed about 3, something about seeing a horse running at full gallop in an open field makes my heart skip a beat.
Just so you know… my face and eyes are so sunburnt I’m applying for Rudolph's job.
Just so you know… people with severely white legs, wearing spandex can startle a horse.
Just so you know… (There is a lot of logistics to work out) I am contemplating driving to Alabama to volunteer my hillbilly talents. If later this week I go MIA I’m rolling with the tide.
Just so you know… they combined the Rolex with a Reining competition (real riding to me). Saturday was horse heaven for me.
Just so you know… rednecks will cheer louder for the tractor guy than they will for the actual horse/rider competitors.
Just so you know… Sunday was spent soaking my aching feet. We parked at one end of the farm and walk to the other side of the farm several times. After about 5 miles, I blew out my flip flops.
Just so you know… I had a conversation with my dogs the other day (which I will not bore you with) but they requested I give them all Indian names.
I began with youngest working my way to the oldest; should have known she had a smart mouth.
”Shadow, your Indian name shall be, dog with bald ears.” She cocked her head, got an offended look and replied, “And we shall call you, human with no teeth.”
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