I ride a lot, at least five days a week. I also do a lot of other horse-related activities: shows, clinics, expos, etc. Those things all happen on the weekends. If I am not careful, my life becomes completely horse-centered to the exclusion of all else. This is not a healthy thing, especially when one wants to remain happily married. Hubby and I celebrated our 18th wedding anniversary this week.
To help maintain this marital bliss, I make sure that there is at least one weekend a month that is not horse-centered. We try to use those weekends to go to our cabin where we can relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of our daily life. There is no phone, no cell service, no internet, no cable (just DVDs), no traffic, no pizza delivery, and very little noise. There's just the two of us. It's a nice break from reality.
This means that there won't be a blog post tomorrow and maybe not one on Sunday either. I am sure you can do with a break from reading anyway. Enjoy your own weekend, horse-filled or not, and I'll see you Monday.