Rancher’s have many visions. They have a vision of daily and seasonal tasks and responsibilities, a business vision, a commitment to the land, livestock and future generations. They are also dedicated to family and their community.
It’s beneficial to take in the image of a beautiful sunset to keep things in perspective.
1/4 inch or more of ice is strong. In the right light the ice is artistic and beautiful. It’s also tough on trees, tree limbs and power lines.
It looks like our Cedar Trees are going to be ok. The other trees in our yard have taken a hit. J and I have a few big branches to remove and last week I spent a few hours raking up twiggs … again!
This is a Home Environment project on of the 4-H Kids took to the County Fair. It looks like a great way to use mismatched buttons.
Molly does not need a road map when we go for a walk. She probably would be fine without a road to follow!
She is such a wiggle worm to photograph, but I tried. We head out down the driveway. Molly spots something and needs to take a closer look. She tends to check out the culverts along the way too. There are lots of things to smell and mark.
Kim Klassen’s Kristen Texture Tuesday Theme this week is to use the BeFunky and used a double layer of Kristen as my texture.. I edited this picture with the watercolor option at
In life, we should have a vision. A purpose that keeps our dreams alive and strong. A mental picture of where the fruits of our labor could lead. We don’t always have a map to follow; sometimes our heart leads the way. I start my day with a cup of coffee and social media. Buttons Thoughts always give me something to think about during chores. May your dreams remain strong visions and the fruits of your labor be strong as you fulfill life beyond your imagination.
Linking Up With:
Scavenger Hunt Sunday at Ramblings and Photos
Weekly Top Shot #57 at The View From Right Here
at Kim Klassen Cafe