On Easter Sunday my daughter and I are heading down with a group of people to Chicago O'Hare Airport to catch a flight to Haiti. I am looking forward to the very warm temperatures in Haiti but I am even more excited to see how I can be of help down there for the week. I don't know what to expect but I know what ever I am asked to do will be a wonderful time of learning for me. I am also equally thrilled that my daughter is sharing this experience with me. No cell phones or computers to distract us and lots of time to bond and make memories with each other and the friends we are going with.
I love life on our horse farm but it is nice to once in a while get away and clear our heads of all the things we plug it up with everyday. I am so guilty of that and getting away will allow me to put everything in perspective. Sometimes my life and job here at our barn becomes so busy that I forget what is really important in this world.
I know I will miss my husband and my youngest daughter so much and of course all the horses but I won't miss the new fallen snow and I hope by the time I get back the snow will be gone and the Robins will be running around on green grass. This is my last winter picture for this year. I promise! It's officially springtime and we are moving forward. See you all in a week.
I want to wish you and your families a wonderful Easter and many blessings from my barn to yours.
For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.