It's time for another Friday's Hunt which was started by Teresa over at Eden Hills. Each week Teresa gives us three prompts which we then go where we want with them.
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This week's prompts are:
1. Starts with Y
2. Week's Favorite
3. In My Shoes
Starts With Y:
I snapped this photo this past week of my husband doing yard work. I was sitting on the back patio enjoying an iced tea being thankful I have a husband to do such tasks for us. We have a large yard which is partially fenced so he has his work cut out for him between a riding mower, a push mower, and weed eater. I realize it is not the biggest job in the world, and yes I could do it myself if need be, but I think it is important to appreciate the little things in life and the things our loved ones do for us.
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While what happened is by no means my "favorite" I am glad my husband was able to capture these images while on his business trip. Being from Kansas not a lot of activity like this goes on around here and his business trip was timely for being able to witness such an event.
In My Shoes:
This was a difficult one for me because it could be interpreted in so many ways. Sometimes I do not think that most people really understand my background and who I truly am. This is an easy mistake to make because I have been thinking a lot lately about who I am these days verses who I once was, and who I thought I would be. I guess it is somewhat of a midlife identity crisis.
If there is one thing I truly miss about my youth, and about myself, it is being involved with horses. I was an avid horse woman, once upon a time.
Above is a photo of my hose Wildfire, registered name Ranger's Redman M.D. Wildfire was everything from a trail horse to an equestrian horse. He was amazing! I personally trained my him and other horses but Wildfire was special, and a true friend.
I suppose the whole "in my shoes" prompt led me toward reminiscing on what being in my shoes means, and to be honest, I do not know, but I do know if I could put on my cowboy boots, or equestrian boots again, and have them be something more than a fashion statement, it would mean the world to me.
Until next week friends, I hope you are enjoying the Friday's Hunt posts. See more of them in the link up over on Teresa's blog (linked above), or if you are a blogger please join us!