Tuesday, January 4, 2011

"TOO" amazing on this "TOO"sday



Do you ever have a  moment when you ask yourself, "Is this really happening?" and a little Cheshire smile forms or a tear in the eye magically arrives....My Godwink story follows.

The weather has been very unusual for us in Southern Utah in that we continue to get snow and rains.  As many of you know, Wednesdays are my usual field day for visiting students and clients for their physicals.  Yesterday I went to see the adults in our upper field area where the wonders of the Mustangs live and stampede.  While at Starbucks stocking up on warm fluids, I told Roger, "I am off to play with the Mustangs today.".......And as I drove slowly near the usual homeland of my favorite family....alongside the road they were lunching.  I stopped and smiled as I saw how thick their coats have grown and to think that this is our 6th winter together.......

The roads were snowy and with this being my 4th day in the field weathering the wilds....10:00 pm rolled around and I pulled into my driveway.  Tired, very tired, and grateful that my clients and staff are safe and healthy....I went inside....The wonders of heat!



And as Sean poured a glass of wine I perused the mail pile and my heart found the energy to inspire a giggle as I saw "Judi" on the return label of an envelope.  Inside........

Mustangs and greeting of love..........

A moment when I just stand there and think, "Is this really happening?" 

Yes, it is and I pinch myself.

Love, Em and love to you, Judi, my KarateQuilter and dear friend

4 comments:

Stray Stitches said...

How lucky your are to be able to view such magnificant wildlife on a fairly regular basis! The mustangs bring thoughts of simpler days but much more hardship. Thank you for sharing your wonders with me.

Judi said...

I LOVE you Em! Love the mustangs in real life!

Duff said...

Judi is such a sweetie! You lucky gal!!

Oh, and thanks for piquing my curiosity--here's my word for 2011:
Balativity-Balance + creativity!

Vesuviusmama said...

WOW! What a godwink!