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Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Getting the lay of the land

Hi all

I hope that you are all safe and healthy! 

A lot has happened since my last post.............

After 16 years at JetBlue I took an opt out package and am enjoying some R&R. I am taking the month of August off and will seek employment starting September 1st.  I have a few job offers in the works and will make a decision once I get the particulars of employment. 

I do have to admit that I am more relaxed and stress free than I have been in a very long time. But I need to work. I like working and being productive. 

We had a tropical storm blow through here last week, mostly wind. But that wind wreaked havoc for us for a few days. No electric and lots of tree limbs that came down. The street that I live on was blocked by a giant 100+ year old tree that came down. The tree also hit a utility pole across the street from it, taking out the transformer and power lines. 

Luckily my brother in-law loaned us a generator so we could at least have the refrigerator, a fan, and our internet working. Needless to say that I  have ordered a generator for future security. 👍 

I have toyed with the idea of buying a generator for years. But it's one of those things that when the time comes you go back and forth about how often will I need it, is it really necessary, and blah blah blah! And usually our power is only out for short while when it has gone out, which has been pretty rare in the 30 years that we have lived here........

I have started volunteering at Marlokai Equine and Animal Rescue recently. It's a very well kept farm. The majority of the horses have been rescued from auctions in Pa. Most likely from Amish owners, and eventually the slaughter pens. 

So far my role has been on the administrative side. Which I enjoy doing. As with any and all rescues there is a lot to be done. Especially on the fundraising end of things. But we are up to the challenge for sure. We have some fundraising events in the planning stages and I will share those here on the blog as well as on the FaceBook Page and the website. 

The rescue offers Riding Lessons, Equine Assisted Therapy, Leasing, Sponsorship, just to name few.

If you have a desire to learn more about horses, or have a skill that you would like to donate your time doing to further our cause, call our Main Number for additional information: 631-689-1600 

Monetary Donations (Tax Deductible) can be made via PayPal 

Click Here  👉 Donate

I will post an update soon.....thanks for reading! 

As always, I Remain


Sir's Human

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