I was proud of Amigo at Dallas. We had to run twice each night, and he gave me his all each time. We ended our season on a high note, winning the final round and finishing third in average. A slight mistake on my part cost us a lot more, tipping a barrel in Round 2. Amigo is getting some well-deserved time off.
Meanwhile, Goose and I have started over. We are coming to a better understanding of each other and what is actually happening during our runs. It’s going to take several more intense sessions and much repetition, but we will have our championship form back soon.
Not making the NFR this year has been a good thing. It has forced me to stop and reevaluate many things, and given me time to work on them.
Thanksgiving is coming soon, and I am most thankful to Jesus for loving me enough to die so that I could have a relationship with him. I am also very thankful for my husband and son, who love me and support me, as well as the rest of my family. My prayers go out to all the families who have loved ones that have gone on to heaven. I am grateful for every day I have with those I love.