There’s Just Something About the Mountains

  There’s just something about the lulling embrace of the mountains that cajoles my spirit into quiet. There is a comfort wrapped in the songs of pines surrounding every side. A murder of crows sing raucously of encroachment.  A haunting and thrilling sound. Two does jump airily by. There is just something about the West.  Sweeping desert valleys … More There’s Just Something About the Mountains

Mountains and Ditches

I read an excerpt that asked the reader, “What would the title of your life be.”  I thought about it for a moment.  My life has been up and down.  My circumstances have dictated that I am either in the depths of despair face down in a ditch or atop most beautiful and inspiring mountain.  “That’s … More Mountains and Ditches

Setting Yourself Free (Part 5- Letting Go and Dreaming New)

I have written many times about how to manifest your dreams.  Write them down, set a goal list, talk about them, and watch them turn into reality!  It is a science.  It works.  What I haven’t written about is what happens when that dream comes true then gets taken away?  How do you restart?  How … More Setting Yourself Free (Part 5- Letting Go and Dreaming New)

The Forever Farmgirl (keeping the faith, new beginnings, and the ongoing homestead)

I wonder if life thus far has been preparing us for this.  Doug and I love bed and breakfasts.  We travel when we can and see as many as we can.  We even considered opening our own.  We lived through the coldest winter of our lives and came out stronger and loving the sun even … More The Forever Farmgirl (keeping the faith, new beginnings, and the ongoing homestead)

Transition, Exhaustion, and God’s Great Canvas

We are moving to our dream house.  This is the scene looking across the goat pens and chicken coop.  It is breathtaking and inspiring. We are so very tired, I’m afraid.  We have been taking loads out to the new house every day along with our regular farmer’s markets, farm chores, and household chores, and … More Transition, Exhaustion, and God’s Great Canvas