It's been a long week--a good week, but a really good week. I've learned a lot, though a lot of it is still processing in my slightly over-loaded brain. There is so much opportunity to help all the clients and potential clients we talked to, to really make their facilities run better, and it is very exciting to be a part of this.
Even if there were no horses nearby. Or at least not near enough I could get to them before crashing onto the hotel bed--wherever it was--in exhaustion every night.
I did meet several horse people in my travels and Barbara (my co-worker and cohort on this adventure) took my picture next to an AQHA poster in a restaurant in San Clemente last night.
Katie texted me last night that Bar had lost a shoe. Not sure how that happened since it's been wonderful and dry the last two weeks, but there you have it.
All in all, it will be good to be home this weekend, breathe in dusty, warm horse, and detox just a little from all of this.
There will be a lot of work to do next week, the week after, and so on. Recharging the batteries will be an absolute necessity, and my horses are just the ticket.