We had to deal with change on a small scale with the weather
in Evergreen these past three days when it went from a clear and sunny 80
degrees one day to a wintry 24 degrees and 12 inches of snow coming down two
days later. Never a dull moment, but the moisture was very welcome—especially
to douse the wildfire that was raging around Conifer last week. Seasons are a
reminder that life moves on, events continue.
My wonderful horse, Jet, a stunning black Foxtrotter had
another health issue a couple of weeks ago. He’s been struggling with one thing
after another for years. This time it couldn’t be fixed and we had to let him
go. My husband and I are heartbroken.
On a much brighter note, my dear friend, Shelly, had change
for the good. She was able to come home after a month in the hospital getting a
stem cell transplant. It’s serious stuff, but with her normally positive
spirit, she is making the best of it and we are planning for her full recovery
to good health. She’s been my BFF and hiking partner for over 10 years and we’ll
be getting back on the trail ASAP.
So, no matter what change you might encounter, I hope that
you are weathering it well and taking things in stride. And, if you do feel
unsettled, I know a great place where you can go for tender loving care and soothing