I haven’t posted for a long time. This is not due to disaster, but simply to burnout. I used to be disappointed when favorite blogs or sites quit posting, but I understand it more now. There comes a time when the brain just goes blank, and thinking of something new to say is just Too Hard.
I think I can get back to the blog now, though perhaps not as often as in the past. It’s not as though there wasn’t plenty to write about. The last post was about the boarder who suffered a seizure; she’s fine now, and has been back out several times. The boarder who had the bad fall and tore an artery in her knee is progressing slowly, but she’s getting there. It’s still going to be a while before she’s back, though.
We haven’t had any more horse wrecks, fires, car wrecks, or criminal activity. (Can you hear the sound of me knocking on wood?) Granddaughter Christina is taking accounting courses, and is already beginning to help with the ranch books. Granddaughter Sarah has moved to Nevada, and is sending me beautiful pictures of the ranch she’s living on. I’ll try to get some of those posted.
And speaking of beautiful pictures . . . here’s a late-blooming daylily. Doesn’t it almost glow?