I have never particularly liked getting up in the morning. I want to get up early but sometimes it is very hard to actually get out of bed. Of course, having the ponies means I don’t really have a choice and I have to force myself up.
There are a great many compensations though. Obviously I get to play with the ponies but I also get to see the sunrise – and be outside to appreciate it fully rather than just noticing a bit of pink through the window. We have had some glorious sunrises recently and I have even taken the dog for an extra bit of walk just to soak it in. All the mist in the valley glows pink and it is wonderful.
The ponies are spending a week away with my instructor which made Friday evening feel very quiet and odd. However, when our neighbours said they were holding a fireworks display, for once I didn’t have to worry about how the ponies would react – not well usually – but instead I could just enjoy the show.
Now the clocks have gone back my riding has had to move from after work to before work. Which is just as well – it was starting to get a bit tight for light after work anyway!
I have never thought of myself as a morning person (I do not like getting out of bed!) but once I am up I really do love the early mornings. I love being up before the sun and I so much enjoy the chill that we have at the moment. It is great being able to ride above the mists too.
One of the best things though is the light from the sunrises. It is just beautiful, especially when it is shining on the autumnal trees which are looking particularly lovely at the moment.
It is a beautiful time of year. I love the autumn!
As we had a bank holiday on Monday I was working slightly shorter hours and just about had time to ride before work. I almost didn’t make it – I am not really a morning person – but I am so glad I did. Galahad and I had a lovely hack and we got to watch the sunrise which was beautiful.
Galahad’s antlers and tinsel are all packed away for the year now but there is still rather a lot of glitter around. Not so much on him any more (although there are a few traces in his mane and tail) but it seems to be all over the floor. The yard looks quite magical!
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