What happens to a
horse Foster centric blog called a House on a Hill, when the certain horse gets potentially rehomed (final decision in May), and the house gets sold?
I enjoy blogging, I really do. I’ve published 428 posts since this blog was started in 2013. What started as a purely cathartic exercise and a way to track the progress of a horse and a house turned into becoming part of a community that has inspired new friendships and relationships (albeit online) with people across the globe. It’s allowed acquaintances and friends in the real world a way to keep up with our activities, and it continues to shock me when I find out that someone reads my blog. The journey has been a fun one, and a revealing one.
But as I said, where do we go now? I look at this site from a web designer’s POV and think- we’ll, that banner’s got to go, or thank goodness we didn’t get a domain name registered. It’s all very strange to me that these events, selling the house and rehoming Foster, don’t seem real until I write them down.
I can’t see myself just setting the blog aside. So in all likelihood, it will continue on and evolve as all things do. I won’t stop riding, and goodness knows I’ve already sunk my teeth into some house projects (update coming, I swear). But if it’s a little quiet in the meantime, well, that’s because that’s how things are at the moment.
We’re still here, in the house on a hill, 2.0.