There is nothing like a cold morning at the farm feeding horses to wake you up in the right mindset, I tell you. Even if I was running a little late and got stuck in traffic. Even if I am not all together, full on ready for winter. I probably said that last year. I probably say that every year. I am nothing if not consistent, yes?
This morning was the first real cold of the season.
So very cold, but so beautiful.
We have officially reached southish Texas winter which means blanketing the old horse and feeding everybody extra on the cold nights. And scooping lots of muck, but I will leave that part out to not spoil this idyllic image.
Last night’s sunset on the way to throw the cows a bale of hay.
This morning’s sunrise leaving the barn, before I poured myself a travel mug full of coffee for my commute into town.
I am headed back out there after work for another cold night and beautiful morning full of velvety muzzles and smokey breath. And manes and tails completely full of burrs. Let us not forget about those.
Life has been busy over here for me and I am just focusing on staying present and enjoying it all. Hence the mild silence. Fear not, for I am still here. You know, living life.
Walk in love, dear readers!
Tell me how you are living in the present and enjoying it.