Balance

For every misfortune there is a good fortune.

My car needed a painful amount of parts & labor.

Which meant I spent a day in the sun, waiting for work on my car to be finished.

I didn’t expect to miss a whole day at work, but transportation to my job was too complicated to arrange, but transportation to the farm was feasible. 
Such is life. Happy dog, happy horse, happy car, sad bank account.
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13 thoughts on “Balance

  1. bummer about the car, tho bonus about the unexpectedly nice horsey day! but how terrible (ridiculous?) is it that i kinda got a kick out of a rider finding solace in her horse when the rest of life is costing too much $$??? that just doesn’t happen every day! 🙂

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