So I've been talking about them....Horse that is and I'm sure all my family knows now I'm flowing some kind of crazy path with them. Every where I turn lets say I'm ready to see the connection or open enough to. Nothing to fear but to move forward on it.
So the husband said a few days ago that he would take me on the bike...and if the weather was good then we could that. Well must have been in the plans because that's just what we did. Left early after my mother in law came to pick up Hoby her dog and we got dressed and head out on the motorcycle.
Black Stone Drums Well I could have picked a Raven which was what brought me in to the booth then I was looking at the artwork of the horses and kept coming back to this one...intuition or what...? don't know but trusted the gut and picked it. Steve said that he was very excited about this drum and the sound it made as it's one of the first ones that he's made with Moose hide and he likes what's it's like to work with...Moose hide that's another animal I've worked with the energy with a while back and even created a piece of artwork myself...small connection every where.
It is now hanging my Studio wall waiting for a proper place soon as when I flip the space I'll be displaying it with honor and using it I'm sure of.
On the way home we stopped at American Sciences and Surplus...found me some more fold out fans for friends who are also experience the wonders of change and hot flashes...and the husband was just enjoying himself looking at all the cool stuff in there. Me I did purchase some more stuff...darn it but it was small and only good use for the small glass bottles I have...I purchased cork stopper for them...the last time the husband was there he bought me the little bottles but forgot the stoppers which are in a whole different isle.
Home we went stopped and had lunch at our quick favorite...Bakers Square and then up stairs to the studio I went to start on the artwork deframing some of it...repurposing my own art.
Today I prepare for my class tomorrow and ground myself with homestead chores...Grateful and loved.