Monthly Archives: August 2014

famous 29 August 2014

Who am I famous to, and why? Am I famous to God? Is that yellow Aspen leaf I put in my water bottle holder famous to God? Is it famous to God in the same way I am? Why is … Continue reading

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The Barn Loft 27 August 2014

In spring, one loft door opens to greening grasses springing up at the cement base, and the bulls bellowing for their cows. Palm size baby bunnies nibble the new sweet blades. Wild roses, heavy with buds, sit close under vibrant … Continue reading

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My Little House 25 August 2014

We had so much rain on Friday that we could not get into the field to work on Saturday, so we loaded up in my trusty 4-Runner and headed up to an antique farm show. We get to a few … Continue reading

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A Good Feeling 21 August 2014

I made a list a while back of things that make me feel good: The smell of coffee brewing in the morning, afternoon or evening, horses neighing,┬ástarting my tractor, tractor drives, riding Indian, riding any horse, hugs, kisses and sharing … Continue reading

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Burning Man

Originally posted on jpburgess:
I don’t really have to cook anymore because I married a man with a passion for cooking. Don’t get me wrong; I can cook. I learned from some great teachers like my Aunt Suzy and Aunt…

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Waiting 19 August 2014

Waiting is definitely the most difficult part of any endeavor. Whether it is the anticipation of a wrapped box, the days leading up to a trip that’s been planned and dreamed about, or the book coming back from the editor! … Continue reading

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Shoes 15 August 2014

  I sometimes wonder what life would be like if all we ever saw were sunrise and sunset. I never tire of them, but I guess we need the day and the night to prepare us for such beauty. This … Continue reading

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You Move Me 13 August 2014

You move me like a shiny antique tractor red and gleaming in the light of a full moon. You move me like the cool breeze taking the heat of the day from my skin as the sun sinks into its … Continue reading

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Building Corrals 11 August 2014

It was time to make some changes to the corrals. While they have worked for many years to sort and load cattle, everyone could see improvements that would make the whole process easier on both bovine and human. Of course, … Continue reading

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The Cemetery 7 August 2014

Every morning I run by this cemetery and ponder the lives of those who were laid to rest here. This country is covered in tall grasses, and there is a path worn by many kinds of feet. Ball cactus blooms … Continue reading

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