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Getting Back On The Horse.

I've been away so long I could barely remember the password to come here. Hi all! How have you been??

I'd love to tell you an engaging story about where I have been and what I have been doing that would justify my leaving you here all alone, perhaps wondering what happened?

I don't have one!

It is what it is... That is all :-)

I've missed this. I've missed talking to you here. 

Things take us off our paths if we let them. With the best of intentions, I wanted to check my course. 

I did that, and here I am. No self-judgment, just getting back on the horse and seeing what comes along. 

I hope you are still keen to share the journey with me!

Sarah xx

(I couldn't choose a horse so here are three!) 


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