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It’s been a bit over three months since we let Cian go. The Sad still lingers. It likes to raise its head when I’m tired, stressed, feeling overwhelmed, or driving somewhere alone. Too much time in my own head. I keep his picture at the base of my monitor because I need that little bit […]
I haven’t done one of these in a while. It was gorgeous today and we’re due for a winter storm tonight and tomorrow because Winter has finally chosen to make an appearance, so, I decided to do one of those feed-the-soul things and take my camera on a little walk-about. Stay safe this weekend. There’s […]
Happy belated New Year! I hope 2020 brings you more good days than bad, more happy than sad, more stories, love, and laughter than you’ve ever had. (I’m a poet and I know it and I’m not afraid to show it.) Moving on… 2019 was a rough one. No doubt about it. Especially the last […]
There’s generally not a whole lot to write about this time of year but winter has been unusually and suspiciously mild around here so far. That, combined with some time off, has given me the opportunity to get in a bit of training. And, of course, there’s this… Okay, on to working dogs. I was […]
Many of you already know our latest news. Over the weekend we added this adorable guy to the family. I wasn’t actively looking to add a pup yet. I knew one would be coming eventually, just not yet. It didn’t feel like the right time, for multiple reasons. Even though my plan was to wait […]
More teamwork. Due to circumstances we were forced to keep the cattle longer than we wanted (BTW, we still have beef quarters or halves available for any of you local folks who might be interested – message me for info). Anyhow, keeping the cattle over winter meant dividing the barn so they could be fed […]