I can't tell you how many moving moments I experienced today. 10 years later and it's still not hard to feel what happened. Eventually, I could not watch or listen anymore.... If you are a dog lover (Jill), go to my link for Kim at Golden Pines. She will refer you to a blog about two goldens who survived 9/11 in a 17th floor apartment. It finished me off.
On top of being September 11th, I am very worried about my horse.
He could barely negotiate his way to the pasture today...but he has such inner strength.
Wanted to be with his girls no matter what.
Soaked and wrapped him 1 more time...more bute...but he's still hurting.
Today was our friend Louise's birthday and 10 of us celebrated over at Archie and Patty's house.
It was a brunch....Judy and Patty coordinated one spectacular meal.
A couple of years ago, an addition was added to their already spectacular house.
We went upstairs for a tour.
It's like a suite...with great light, bamboo floors, and a spectacular view.
I could live here in a heartbeat.
Look at those beams!
We ate like kings....Gary helped with the scrambled eggs.
Judy made Louise a Boston Cream Cake.
What a perfect way to celebrate.
And now, a few shots of the exterior...Architectural Digest, where are you?
After we left, Gary went down to the Welcome Center and I mowed the lawn.
Chores at 5:30. I left Masterpiece in with some 2nd cutting so he would not be tempted to walk too much. He didn't like that, so after an hour I put the rest of the horses in to keep him company.
Tomato sandwiches for dinner. Who could eat more after that brunch?