My husband walked by the Zoom call a few times saying this and giggling to himself as he listened to our horse nerdery.
Amidst a Zoom-heavy weekend (I had two virtual baby showers yesterday), life continued par the quarantine course in my neck of the woods. Which is to say, Dave played video games for hours a day while I puttered around the house and yard playing with plants and animals. Oh, and I made my second monthly trip into civilization to fetch groceries for humans and animals. I was really happy to see a lot more people wearing masks than I had on previous visits; employees at the grocery store and Tractor Supply all had matching masks on!
At any rate, I don't have much more of a narrative to add. However, I do have lots of photos and short stories to share. I'm going to dub this "Manic Monday" due to the complete lack of focus on any one thing for more than a moment.
|Bog off Canaan Loop Road|
|Sunset husky play|
|This dog is so sweet. We've been enjoying her snuggles more than ever now that we're home all the time|
|And this old man is just so happy to have me home all the time. He lies behind me as I telework every day.|
|Ride With Your Mind Essentials...and pandemic essentials.|
|The last sunny evening we enjoyed. There is snow on the ground this morning.|
|Sunrise light before the clouds settled in one day last week. Look closely in the front field to see the beginnings of XC jumps|
|Beautiful evening light on our way to get ramps|
|My most favorite beer. A tripel sour that rings in at 9.5%|
|Imagine hot tea instead of coffee in that mug and this is basically my life.|
|With the return of migratory birds, Norah was gifted with a homemade clown collar to lessen the likelihood of bird kills. This design has been scientifically proven to lower the probability of cats killing birds. Bonus, it looks REAL CUTE lol|
|She really didn't seem to mind it at all when I put it on. Continued her usual love fest.|
|The horses showed a lot of interest in the dead when I was removing them. So I let everyone smell them.|
|I've let them smell a lot of interesting dead animals through the years.|
|Nothing tops letting them sniff bear blood after we dressed out a bear years ago though. They sniffed cautiously and then went wheeling and bucking across the field at mach speed.|
|And to close out Manic Monday, I'll leave you with a beautiful sunset and a Civil War era cabin that my neighbor had rebuilt on his property.|