Hocus, Pocus, Focus!
It is lonely here at the ranch in New Mexico, without a doubt. I have been in to town to watch my neighbor, our ranch farrier, perform with some friends in a band. I got to meet some cool local people. So far, no eligible cowboys, sadly! On weekends, which I currently have off, I go into town to shop or eat or do laundry, hoping to meet someone. But these little towns are not known for their dating scene I go to Albuquerque a few times a month to hang out with my sister and spend some time in “the big city.”
Some days I forget my personal priorities; my health and business plan. Just like any goal, it’s difficult at times to keep my head wrapped around everything going on in my life. I have to remind myself what’s important to me. It’s funny; this little town has many ranches, lots of horses, cattle, a post office, a truck stop and oddly enough, a yoga studio. I figured it wouldn’t hurt to try yoga, so I started taking a class. In fact, I am hoping it will help me develop the class I’d like to teach on horseback someday.