Falling isn’t fun. The older you get, the less fun it is. It’s downright scary!
So I have these wonderful Stegmann wool clogs, the best slippers ever. Not too warm, not too cool, they have decent arch support and I can wear them with or without socks. They aren’t cheap, but worth it for sheer comfort. And I can also step outside in them at need with no worries.
Eventually, they wear out. The uppers part from the bottoms and my old pair was quite bad and I worried about tripping and falling in them. So I bought a brand new pair off eBay for half price.
One night, just after starting to wear the new slippers, I tripped and fell! I guess I wasn’t quite used to the feel of the new footwear yet. Just what I was hoping to avoid by buying a new pair! Brand new footwear can be trickier than old, comfy shoes!
Before anyone goes and subscribes, I thought you might want to know what sort of things I might write about.
Anything. Everything. But hopefully neither too much or too little!
One thing I’d like to do is post pictures of previously sold figurines along with whatever information I remember about the piece. I have a lot of old pictures kicking around on the computer. I might not remember a thing, but no one objects to eye candy, right? If anyone has further knowledge about a particular sculpture and comments, then we all learn!
In part 1, it was my knees keeping me away from live showing. But as the commercial says, but wait, there’s more!
Getting to live shows is becoming a problem. I suffer from dry eyes. I guess I’m not the only one, the shelves at Wal-Mart are chock full of various eye drops. So many that I actually took a picture of the exact one I use so I can remember what to buy. My smart phone *is* my memory these days!
My eye doctor has me on artificial tears, anti-inflammatory eye drops, fish oils, a heated mask followed by a massage of my lower eyelids and a humidifier going in my bedroom. None of which is really solving the problem. I am putting drops in my eyes so darn often it looks like I’m crying half the time!
As I’ve not been terribly active in the model horse hobby in recent years, I thought people might like to know what’s up. I still have my collection, but add new pieces infrequently.
As I collect fewer figurines, I’ve switched to hunting for horse books from my childhood or books I might have loved reading as a child if I’d had access! I clearly missed out on a lot of great horse stories over the years.
This whole nostalgia reading kick means you may see various horse books for sale in addition to figurines, as I read and resell.