Griffin says "What do we do now?".
Friday was my first day of classes. Silly, I know, since then we got a 3 day weekend. But both Wren and I made it through, although not without tears on my end! I'm really dreading the next 3 years. It's going to be so hard to sacrifice my time with Wren to school. But I'm focusing on the end. We'll make it...I hope.
In the meantime, I really love blogging (posting what I'm doing and reading other's posts), but it takes a lot of time. Now my schedule is even more packed and to keep up with all the things I want to do, I think I'm going to have to let the blogging slide. I will still check in once in a while (probably once or twice a week), and I think I'll still post, when I actually get to do things with my horses (which I plan to try to do every weekend), but my posts might be more brief...and I might let the photos do the talking more than me. We'll see. I am just letting you know that I'm not going to dissappear forever, just become a lot less present.
In the meantime, you can see more of my horses in the pasture, since that is the view that I will miss the most while I'm down in Madison during the week in school. Well, that view and my daughter's beautiful face, but at least she is coming with me to Madison so I get to see her every evening and we'll be together all night long. Daddy is the one who will be missing out the most. He only gets to see us on weekends now. And now, I must go and enjoy my long weekend home.
The herd heads back toward the barn...probably for water.
Griffin lags behind.
But the herd is lolly-gagging so he easily catches up. He shows Kachina he's her boss by pushing her forward in front of him.