The Finale ~ Nurture Photo Challenge

This in the Finale week for the Winter Nurture Photo Challenge with Kristi at Live and Love Out Loud and Rebecca at Bumbles and Light.  Thank You Ladies for hosting another fun photo challenge.

This black calf was an “Oops Baby” and Christmas surprise for Dad and Mom.

Feb 28

I had to share one more lamb picture.  This close up is my interpretation of minimalism and the lamb is white.  With art, as with life, sometimes simplicity is the best way to go.

Feb 28

“I believe farming provides education for life that no other occupation teaches so much about birth, growth, and maturity in such a variety of ways.” ~Excerpt from The Farmer’s Creed.

Feb 28

The Rancher and I treasure our way of life.  Ranching is not an easy way to make a living, but it is a very satisfying lifestyle.  We are proud to continue a family tradition, be self-employed and raise good cattle.

Feb 28

No two days are ever alike.  We have a routine to do chores, but we never know what kind of issues we will have to deal with when we step out the door.  Between the weather, animal behavior and things that go wrong we get good at going with the flow.

Feb 28

I believe many of the best things in life are indeed free: the splendor of a sunrise, the rapture of wide open spaces, the exhilarating sight of your land greening each spring.  ~Excerpt from The Farmer’s Creed.

The stunning blue Nebraska sky can take one’s breath away.

Feb 28

When the shadows of life seem great, close your eyes and think about the simple everyday things you have to be thankful for.  There are a lot of them!  Minimalize the drama, work through the hardships and find the silver linings in your life.  Treasure your family and friends.  Have faith in yourself and what you are doing.

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14 Responses to The Finale ~ Nurture Photo Challenge

  1. Buttons says:

    Oh Robyn this is a beautiful post and so true. I know I live it too:) Hugs Great shots. B

  2. Karen says:

    This is a beautiful post, Robyn. The white lamb is so precious – what an adorable face.

  3. Anne Payne says:

    All the photos are great but I do especially love the one of the little lamb…so sweet!

  4. Marie-AZ says:

    Sweet babies! Gorgeous blue sky!

  5. Beth says:

    cows have earrings too. great farmy shots. ( :

  6. Janis says:

    the lamb is just too adorable…nice pics

  7. Candy C. says:

    I appreciate what you and the Rancher do every day. It is certainly not an easy life but I’ll bet it’s never boring!! 😉

  8. Kristi says:

    Visiting via Farmgirl Friday. Gorgeous photos; thoughtful post!

    • Robyn says:


      Thank You for stopping in!

      Congratulations on the Liebster Award and Inspirational Award. I enjoyed getting introduced to you.

  9. Nina says:

    The lamb is so sweet … as well as the other animals!

  10. Teresa says:

    These are beautiful pictures. I just love oopsie babies!

  11. What wonderful photos! I absolutely adore the photo of the little lamb. Your photo is so detailed that I can almost feel the fur. I wish I could pet this little one in real life! 🙂

  12. Lisa Lynn says:

    Love the photos! Found your post on Farmgirl Friday and I would love to have you share this on The Creative HomeAcre Hop today!

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