Now and Then

This week Amy has given us the Lens-Artists challenge of Now and Then. Amy was looking at how life was before the Pandemic and how it is now. What a thought provoking topic. At first I was not sure how I would approach it. But then I thought about what I was doing in November…

Did they feel safe? Competition in the Pandemic. II

This past weekend there was a dressage show organized by Caledon Dressage at the Angelstone showground. You may have seen my previous post about this show. I have to say that the show organizer was absolutely on top of the Covid concerns and went to great lengths to make sure that anyone attending would be…

Biasini Speaks:This is Different!

Hello Dear Humans! I am back home. But things are very different here. I am in a new stall. I am in between two horses. On one side I have Serry. We have been to some shows together so I know him. He’s a good guy. The only odd thing about him is he has…

When ordinary becomes extraordinary!

Grocery shopping. One of the ordinary necessities of life. But not now. In the ordinary pre-Covid life my husband, the cook , does most of the grocery shopping. But this time, it would be me as he has some underlying health issues. Monday morning. Up at six. The moon just setting in the west. A…

Hand-washing! My Favorite Soap.

Wash your hands! Wash your hands! Wash your hands! That is the mantra for health in this time of Covid 19. I like bar soap rather than soap dispensed from a bottle with a pump. And my favorite soaps are made by the Equus Soap Company. I have been using their Bit Balm for my…