It's interesting to me when authors of the blogs I read pepper their posts from time to time with insights of their home life This is one of those posts.....I'll keep it brief.You've read about my daily 'forced march', which takes about 90 mins. and consists of four 1,000 feet elevation changes.....oh my...... If I wasn't guilted into going by 'the husband', I'd stall until the day was over.....honestly, this is not enjoyable for me but as one reaches the 7th decade....it's even more important to keep moving!
I try to remind myself to keep my mind open to appreciating our beautiful surroundings. (Rather than concentrating and mulling over the sewing projects that await me!) There are only 40 lots in our small subdivision, less than half are built on.....probably the result of the housing bust. 2 sections allow horses....with the morning sun just coming over the mountain, Angel (the horse) is standing in a field of daisies.
Our black lab Sooty rarely pays attention to the horses....she's on alert for moles....yes....Sooty is an accomplished mole catcher. Gross......
What are you ignoring as you make your way through your day? I guess we all need to give ourselves permission to STOP DOING......just for right now!