say Amen to the quite on the picture above.....
last week of October was a time to move forward in life, move
forward with my business, move forward to a new home, moving
everyone and everything with the help of friends, and it truly was
amazing how it all flowed, coming together in all the right ways
--- could not have done it without the help of friends like Kate,
Christina, Bev and her husband Keith, Monique of Hay Pillows, Chris
the wood carver on Palomar Mountain, and Chic; am gratefulf for Margit Deerman
who moved the horses safely and who has helped me become a better
student of Parelli!
I have the task of trying to find things, trying to put things
away and organize as well
as setting up a new bigger office; taking care of the horses,
and taking care of all that needs my attention in the moment.
I finish up this newsletter the weather here is going to be
changing this week and we may get our first snow storm! Yes
in Southern California we do get
snow, and this would be an early one! Half cord of wood is
coming this week, then a full cord next week, have hay and supplies
and we are ready with bedded barn stalls for the girls!
have been trying to get orders out timely, and I apologize to all
of you whose orders took longer then usual to get
shipped....but we should be all caught up by this coming week!
you to all who helped us lighten the load to move, it was a great
response and helped a lot! This week we have now made a new
batch of EquineZyme and EquineZyme Plus, along with K-9 Zyme, so are good to go again!
November 15th we will offer all of these products, on our
coupons, for those of you who did not take us up on our moving
specials! We make new batches monthly, thereby guaranteeing
you one of the freshest products on the market, we just happened to
have made two batches close together as we are selling more and
more each month!
November brings us to the month in which we look back
and give thanks; we start winding down the year that we
have experienced, and it is a time to elect a "new"
president as well --- or re-elect the one we have as our nation
am grateful for all of you and I am grateful for a new home and a
new place to run my business and to house my horses! I am
grateful for friends and family, and for a new life!
for me brings back the loss of my Dad, and his favorite time of
year, Thanksgiving, carving the turkey, all the trimmings, and all
the family that would gather, grandparents, great grandparents,
aunts, uncles, and cousins. It has been 20 years this week
that my Dad crossed over, and he is still missed!
what are your traditions? What
do you love most about Thanksgiving? I love the smell of
turkey cooking overnight in a slow oven with corn bread stuffing,
and the making of pumpkin pies!
up in California on the beach we didn't have the sense of seasons
my Mom missed so much, as she and my Dad haled from Michigan, and
many years we kids were at the beach surfing and would come up for
the family dinner after the adults had done all the work.
Such a different time then, and November
is a time to start gathering family around, friends, and loved ones
and give Thanks!
is also the kick off to begin the holiday season - so...... let's
all make this one a good one!