View from the driveway
Yesterday I was standing in the driveway and for the first time really appreciated that the view is beautiful. I took a photo which didn’t come out as gorgeous as the view with my naked eye – because it was morning and the sun was in front of me. I also took a photo of the view to the right (westward) and the left (eastward).
I am still letting go and starting to relax and truly enjoy the farm. And I do really enjoy it. Every time I drive home I feel good when I turn the corner and it sits before me. Every time I stand in the driveway I feel at home. It has a good feel, and that’s what’s important to me.
The horses too seem to enjoy it, and to have settled in. The other day I was looking out the window and saw Lucy and Bettina standing side by side – very close, touching or almost touching. That in itself is unusual, but what struck me was that they were touching faces occasionally. They were being loving! I’ve noticed too, at hay time, that the horses are very companionable with each other. Lucy will share with Beauty, Shadow with Zola, Zola with Lena. And then they change, Lucy will share with Chance, Roxanna with Lena.
This is the first time I’ve seen them so happy – ever. Certainly since we moved to Kentucky.