I'm longing for those long Summer days when evening light stretches toward 9 pm, where the sun teases the night with her brilliance, where blue skies reign until stars insist on having their due, at least for a few hours.
For now I wait. Lily feels so far away, her new home is so much further, and I long for the days when I could walk outside and see her there, right there.
|In one of Austin's many green spaces|
I'm hoping for less of the soupy mess we've had tomorrow so we can get some time together. I hope, I hope. It's tough waiting for weekends to see your horse.
My new job is so much fun I can barely believe it. It's challenging, engaging, engrossing. And I feel like I've once again found a family, a place I belong. It's such a blessing.
It makes the fact that BOTH our cars broke down seem like just a silly joke. Not a particularly funny one, but one of those things where you just throw your hands up and say "FINE, but you can't get me down!"
Monday I'll be in Kansas City. Last week I was in South Padre Island. The week before I was in Galveston.
And in another couple weeks I hope to be in the saddle. I hope, I hope.