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I made it to Friday.
I made it to six months with my baby.
I made it to the barn before dark.
Or I didn't make it to the barn before dark, but I managed to give my horse his medicine(s), a carrot, and a kiss in thirty minutes flat.
I made it to the time of year when my horse needs his blanket.
I made it to work on time.
I made it to work before 7:30 am even though I got locked out of my car and my house after a really long streak of making it to work on time (sigh).
I made it to bed with almost everything that I needed done, completed.
I made it to the couch at the end of the day with my baby on my lap and my blog reading list waiting for me.
I made it to your blog and read your latest post and, if I had it together, I may have even left a comment!
I made it to 300 posts!
The horse blogging community is such a great place to be. Without it, I would be a total and complete hermit, instead of just a quasi-hermit. I have truly appreciated visiting your blogs and reading about your lives with horses as mine has undergone so many changes. There have been many times when I have been so relieved to have started this blog a few years ago and to have met so many of you at this venue. It has kept me from feeling totally isolated during some very isolating times, especially this summer. My real barn time is limited these days and that used to also be my social outlet. I do not choose many so that cut me back to almost nothing. I am an introvert by nature, but I still enjoy some adult interaction and if horses are the backdrop, even better. In that way, this blog and your blogs have been my lifesavers.
Thank you for stopping by, reading, and leaving a comment when your time allows it. I know that we are all very busy and blogging can easily become just one more thing. I want you to know that it is much more than that to me.