Monthly Archives: November 2016

Wind 30 November 2016

We haven’t had any winter to speak of yet, but I did start looking for Mary Poppins when the wind blew in yesterday morning! It was stiff to run against in the dark of early morning, but that was nothing … Continue reading

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Holidays and Students 29 November 2016

I remember when I first started teaching how my principal would remind us before longer breaks about why some students would act out. She told me that many students looked at school as their safe zone, a place where they … Continue reading

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Time to Breathe 28 November 2016

Sometimes it is simply nice to have time. There are always chores and projects, but Thanksgiving was a day without stress. It was just the two of us and it was wonderful. We’d planned what we wanted to eat, and … Continue reading

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Thankful 23 November 2016

I am thankful for early morning runs with shooting stars, good friends arriving to share the day, family I love and cherish, and hot coffee. I am thankful for whickering horses wanting their morning hay, goofy shots on Snapchat, and … Continue reading

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Running 22 November 2016

I love to run with the moon and stars. When we had the ‘super’ moon, it was like running in daylight. I’ve seen some intense falling stars, even some that left a bright trail long after they disappeared. When the … Continue reading

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Moments 21 November 2016

There are those moments that make us take stock of who we are and where our lives are headed. Some of them are sweet and we can hunker down and feel the blessing. Some of them are startling and throw … Continue reading

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Feeding Heifers B 17 November 2016

Part One Part Two: “What the hell? That damn tractor of yours is circling around!” He jumped off the rack to rescue the steering, because we were heading almost south again. He ripped the tarp strap off the wheel and … Continue reading

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