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A warm memory of an autumn Saturday. We have drifted into snow and cold and wind, and I am happy to remember a peaceful day.


Hygiene, Colorado.

Quote of the day: “It is in the turmoil of chaos that we discover what, if anything, we are.” — Orson Scott Card

Daily gratitudes:
Blue skies
Clean dishes
Prayers of friends
Cozy couches
Good walks


One of our happy things to do on our summer visits to Steamboat Springs is to attend the PRCA Rodeo. It’s an outdoor arena, so if it’s been raining, it stadium is awesomely muddy. But still, everyone tries to get their eight!


Steamboat Springs, Colorado,

Quote of the day: “I plan on growing old much later in life, or maybe not at all.”  — Patty Carey (Rodeo Rider, 1913)

Daily gratitudes:
Pretty evening clouds
My almost-better-than-sex soup
Having MKL home
Talks with Kender
That Lindsay Lohan got out of rehab today (which made Kelsea happy)
Philosophical conversations that skirt the edge of madness

Isn’t he beautiful?

Superior, Colorado.

He lives in a field with the bulls. It’s a big field though, so no one is crowded.  It’s been a bit since I’ve seen him – nowaday, I say good morning to Big Horse and Medium Horse in a different place. But I look forward to seeing him again in the coming spring.

Quote of the day: “It is one thing to show your child the way, and a harder thing to then stand out of it.”  ~Robert Brault

Daily gratitudes:
The pink bunny attached to someone’s backpack on the bus this morning
The cockeyed orange moon rising big and full tonight
Trying, trying, trying to know the right thing to do as a parent
Overcoming discouragement

Photo Title: White Horse Bowing

Above Steamboat Springs, Colorado.

Quote of the Day:  “Hope is a path through a flowering meadow.  One doesn’t require that it lead anywhere.”  —  Robert Brault

April 2019
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