I know, I know, this was NOT the picture you thought you would be seeing today!
But seriously, how COOL are Shemu the emu's feet!
I have the privilege of seeing these feet nearly every day. And, it never gets old, the way she walk/runs, so
Being of service to others can look many different ways. Here is one of my most recent ways of offering service:
One of my dear friends asked me to send the book to Larry Butler, who has been involved with Warner Brothers for over 20 years.
Welcome to my world! I know that seeing a pile of manure is not exactly what you thought you would be viewing today but please bear with me a minute. This is what manure usually looks like, once it is put into the spreader.
Most of you know that I have a life long love connection with horses. From receiving my first pony when I was 8, to today, they have been one of the constants in my life. And, there is one more thing which was a constant
This is the time of year when it is politically correct to speak of Jesus. It is, after all, the Christmas season! A very long time ago, a couple traveled from Nazareth to Bethlehem to comply with a census that returned them to their town
ONCE AGAIN, WE WON! This photo, taken on a ride at Radnor, is the capture of a moment. Entitled "Bliss" it won the #2 spot at the recent Beauty Art and Gifts Gallery Photo Contest in Edgmont Township. IN ADDITION, WE WON THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE
"Once, many years ago, I emerged from the woods in the early morning at the end of a walk and-it was the most casual of moments-as I stepped from under the trees into the mild, pouring-down sunlight I experienced a sudden impact, a seizure of
So, I previously mentioned to you that October and November were big months for me. As Thanksgiving is upon us, I am grateful for a day in November, exactly 10 years ago. At that time, I had traveled with my horse, Viton, to Tulsa, Oklahoma.