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It’s the Empty Spaces in Between

Do you have any?  …spaces in between?  Or are there none?  Are the things you need to do so many, do they come so quickly one after another that there are no spaces in between?  Do you do that on … Continue reading

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“Woohoo!”

That is the expletive of choice my son Micah uses for each booking made as the next trip is taking shape and we get one step closer.  I used it today.  I made this one.  We are now booked in … Continue reading

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The Lost is Found

Well, no one was actually lost.  I met a couple in the airport in Sydney as we waited for a plane.  They were most interesting to talk with. It was one of those very meaningful connections made in not much more … Continue reading

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It’s Done! The Flights are Booked!

We started this morning but had to stop when we realized that we needed my passport number and some other information that was not with me at the time.  I had a commitment in Kansas City, so the deed wasn’t … Continue reading

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Slow Descent Slips Below 150!

That is 150 pounds.  The descent started at 166 some time in July.  It is now the last half of November and the last three daily weigh-ins were 149.5, 148.5 and this morning, 149.0.  I never thought I would see … Continue reading

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Doc Says, “Take a Riding Break.”

There is a point in a medical physical when there are no longer any secrets.  The saddle sore on my posterior was spotted.  The Doc says, stay out of the saddle until that heals, maybe a couple of weeks.  It seemed to … Continue reading

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Another Ride! New Pain!

Why again am I doing this?  Why can’t I just ride a Jeep into the Snowy Mountains of Australia?  It was just a movie!!  I am not and never will be “The Man from Snowy River.”   This time it was … Continue reading

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Time Warp in Oklahoma City!

It was either fifteen years or fifteen seconds that had passed between our time in Oklahoma City and last weekend.  No one (other than those who were children when I left) had aged.  The relationships seemed not to have changed … Continue reading

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I Sort of Like Third Gear

This time shifting into third gear was intentional not accidental.  Second gear, a trot, still hurts my butt.  I just can’t seem to relax it enough and let it move with the horse (Sara).  Third gear is smoother.  I suspect an … Continue reading

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A Really Good Day!

First of all, the weather was spectacular.  There was a full 2.5 mile hike with backpack this morning – flooding my brain with endorphins.  The farmer’s market was enjoyable as usual.  The next activity happened because I had gone to … Continue reading

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