This was easy to just photo shoot out of my 35 mm camera quickly today, and see the simple beauty in my yard. My camera is such a wonderful therapist!
I smell the earth under my nose I see the skies moving over my head I see the lilac flowers show up so quickly light simple beginnings of a full lilac shrub were captured
The herd boss is Rocky on the far left. He is a Dunn horse. Ben is the paint horse. Grace is the buckskin, Ziggy is the sorrel and Norman is the thoroughbred on far right.
Do you plant a garden? Do you dig, cultivate, harrow, hoe into that soil. The dirt. Ours is a sandy soil on our property in Saskatchewan. We have had rain of 1 inch + 6/10th which we are happy about. The wind is always blowing to keep things dry after a rain, more often than […]
Our horses get moved to a different pasture to graze regularly throughout the year. They are heading out to the south pasture. Watching them this close move together is what is missing in this world. We move together singly and technically. We all know and feel we are missing out on the human contact or […]
Getting up in the morning to a very shiny empty spotless kitchen sink is more good happiness therapy than it sounds. I go to this every morning. And it refreshes me. It is such a bright shiny spot to look at every morning. Have you heard of the Flylady System? Have you heard of YouTube […]
We have an area on our property that fills up with water in March and April. If there is lots of snow and rain throughout the year our pond becomes a huge pond. It is March The snow is like starch The joy of a new fresh season will spring forth I want to tell […]
Here I am all bundled up and nowhere to go. I did find a small pretty travel trip through the willows right here on our property. They are covered in snow and getting fuller and taller each year. I did not know what to do today, besides pick up groceries and check the mail. I […]
Horses are a good thing.
These horses are happy with their new straw bed. No interesting words on this post. I am just enjoying the movements of our horses and small pleasures outside.