That's how long I've been on a hiatus from blogging. It's not that I've not thought about logging in to post a life update or something witty! I just haven't. Blogging isn't the only thing I haven't done. The magazines I haven't read and the books I haven't finished are keeping it company! So what have I been up to? Well here you go...
Joined a gym. For several years, I worked out at home doing DVDs, interval circuits and weight training. I'd reached a point in my fitness that I needed to either purchase heavier weights/additional equipment or I could give the gym a try. I chose the gym and hoped I liked it. I don't like it, I LOVE it! Workouts individually prescribed for me coupled with Advocare products and good food (and the occasional treat!) have yielded some results that I'm proud to show!
Blew out 31 birthday candles. My friends and family spoiled me! From handles of margaritas and wine to a gorgeous Kate Spade scarf and pretty accessories.
Listened to lots of live music! Frankie Ballard, Lady Antebellum, Hunter Hayes, Sam Hunt, Craig Morgan and the wicked amazing, Kacey Musgraves.
Hung out with Meghan King Edmonds at a charity polo match. Okay, so technically, we were just at the same match. She was in the super exclusive VIP tent and I... was not.
Get really into vintage vinyl. So far my collection is full of classic country singers: Ronnie Milsap, Kenny Rogers, Barbara Mandrell, Willie Nelson, Glen Campbell, Tanya Tucker. You get the picture. The kicker... I don't have a record player to actually play them! I've got my eye on this one though.
Agvocating. Over the last several months, I've helped to educate more than 2000 students and their teachers about a variety of agricultural topics through classroom visits, field trips and speaking engagements!
Celebrated five years of being married to my guy. In my head I know it's been that long, but wowzers the days really do just fly by!
Registered for AgChat National Conference. AgChat is a grassroots agvocacy group that strives to connect those of us in the agricultural community using social media and training to engage with consumers who want to know more about how the food they eat was raised and grown. I'm ridiculously excited to connect with everyone involved!
Trucked all over Illinois to show Louie. Our show season kicked off in April and we finished up about a month ago. Showing horses is equally exciting and exasperating. You might be on the High Point one weekend and forget your showmanship pattern the next. Yes, both of those happened this year. This season did end on a high note; Louie and I locked up the third place slot in the Novice Amateur All Around race and we were Reserve Champion in the NovAm Hunter Under Saddle class!
Blog friends, near and far, forgive me for my hiatus.
What have you been up to these days?
There's no doubt I've missed a lot with you also!