Fortunately, my work life has settled into a bit of a routine (for now), although I am still working ridiculous hours. Seriously. Why does a teacher need to arrive at work at 6:25 a.m.? Oh yeah, I remember. It's because I have a boatload of students and no paid time to get it all done. This however, is not the forum for that conversation.
On the pony front, life is also fairly quiet. Lessons with JL have resumed, but the show season is over. I am preparing for my CDS Chapter's annual awards banquet. Sydney and I tied with another rider and her mount for the the adult amateur award. Since our scores were quite low (remember that 48%?), I feel kind of embarrassed to even accept anything. I'll write about it when we get it.
I am also waiting patiently for more information on the clinic. It's coming up pretty quick, and I have no idea what time I ride or even how much it will cost. I guess I am practicing being patient and zen-like.
I had a fantastic, "horrible" ride on Sydney last night, and I can't wait to tell you about it (right lead canter thing), but I just don't have time right now.
Hubby and I are heading up to the cabin right after work this afternoon and won't be home until Sunday. We don't have an internet connection up there so you won't hear from me until Monday.
Have a great weekend and enjoy the mild weather (at least here on the west coast).