Hello, it's Monday & we meet again. Linking in with our hostess, Sian at: From High In The Sky
Memo sent out by the owners of the farm where I ride, they have decided to sell the farm. Their daughter & son with their respective spouses, moved out to BC a couple years ago & since the birth of their first grandchildren, they thought since the market is as hot as it is, it's as good a time to move out west. I am so sadden by this news because it means that all the horses & owners will be dispersed to different barns, unless the new owners decide to keep the farm as a boarding facility. Most of the boarders will not wait around for that to be decided, so the great exit will begin. I will probably loose touch with many of them. I am so grateful that I have been provided with the opportunity to ride their horses, share in their wisdom of both horse & life. Some have become just a little more than horse buddies. I don't like change.
Mail, again not a lot of interesting reading being sent in, but I have done some sending out of happy mail; one of our physio therapists & his wife had a baby girl on the weekend, so a card was passed around & mailed out, plus he'll be off for a few days. There are quite a few May birthdays that need marking with a card, fingers crossed they all arrive in time.
The me part of this post is feeling quite happy that we got the patio power washed & set up with the chairs, table & umbrella. My big patio pots are still empty but with next weekend being a long weekend, Monday is the holiday to celebrate Victoria Day, I am hoping that I'll be able to get everything planted up - provided the weather co-operates! I have my garden centre list all ready. Soon I will be having my morning tea on the patio again - ah bliss.
Each sunrise gives hope to your dreams and light to your plans.William Ngwako Maphoto