This is a pretty good picture of what has been going on around here - in the barn, in the fields and in the house, too. (I have no explanation for why some of these girls are inclined to climb up on the hay feeders like that. It's as though having it at face-level is just not enough. They have to bury their face in it!) Eating, eating and more eating. I'm thinking a fast or some kind of detox might be just the ticket until Christmas. Of course, who am I kidding? That will never happen.
|(We are nothing, if not enthusiastic about mealtime around here!)|
I'm feeling guilty for not having written a beautiful, poetic post expressing how thankful I am. It's not that I'm ungrateful. Believe me, I know how blessed I am to live the life I live. It's a life I could only dream about as a child and one that certainly seemed an impossible dream. My problem seems to be that I can't settle down to write that kind of post when I'm so busy actually living my dream life. Do you know what I mean? That's where I've been for the past week and a half. There were so many well written expressions of thankfulness all over the blog-world and here - nothing! A wonderful young woman I met at Squam last June (hi there, Laura-Lynn
) has been writing daily posts of gratitude on Facebook and it has inspired me to make an effort each day to be thankful for some specific thing in my life. How do you remind yourself to be grateful in the rush of living?
|(Aslan giving me the stare-down while waiting for his food)|
The animals are most beautiful when they are in their "natural" element ! Their eyes express how they are wonderfully taken care of by you .... What JOY is celebrated everyday in the little things & THANKS for sharing this with us !ReplyDelete
Love the new banner! Thankful for the post you do have time to do. Always look forward to them. Be wellReplyDelete
That is as beautiful an expression of being thankful that I have read. Love from the flock here to the flock there.ReplyDelete
Aslan is a nice looking dog!ReplyDelete