JOY SCALE: 15/10
Hello Everyone, It has been a few months since i posted anything. Life is good. My PSA continues to remain below zero which is excellent. I used the BiPAP machine for a month and found no difference in my energy levels with the exception of the first couple of nights where I felt a little more rested and energetic. I continue to keep busy. That's not hard when you have a farm, especially and old run down farm. My beautiful pioneer wife and myself are keeping very busy bringing our little dream farm back to life. We just got two female llamas that are twelve and thirteen. Right now our farm animal population consists of five horses, one miniature horse, two pygmy donkeys, six pygmy goats and the two llamas. About a month ago I bought my wife her dream horse, a Gypsy. His name is Cajun and he is a very spirited one year old. Shortly after, we bought another youngster. Her name is Adie and she just turned 6 months old. Adie is a Haflinger and are well know to be excellent horse for the handicap to work with. Working with the handicap is one of our dreams for our farm. These youngsters have added more than we ever dreamed of to our farm. Of course we are training them and that requires a lot of time. We don't mind because we love what we are doing. I have mentioned before that keeping busy is good for your health. Loving what you do is also a big influence on your health. I know that is a major reason I continue to feel great. All the other things that I mentioned in past posts also help to keep me healthy. You can also see how I am doing by visiting my Facebook page. It is listed under Hal Emery.
Thank you all for taking time and reading my blog.
Peace and Love