Untapped Possibilities

You must learn day by day, year by year, to broaden your horizon.  The more things you love, the more you are interested in, the more you enjoy, the more you are indignant about, the more you have left when anything happens. ~ Ethel Barrymore

Jan 24

Dreams are renewable.  No matter what our age or condition, there are still untapped possibilities within us and new beauty waiting to be born.  ~Dr. Dale Turner

Jan 24

Embrace life’s challenges and face them head on.  ~Anonymous

Sometimes, this is easier said than done.  Sometimes, strength comes after tears and with support from family and friends.

Jan 24

Life is about

Stepping Up,

Falling Down,

Accepting Failure and

Having Faith To Do It All Again.

~Andrea Cook

 

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16 Responses to Untapped Possibilities

  1. Candy C. says:

    You are a very strong young lady Robyn! I love the last quote and the pictures of the snow dusted cows! 🙂

  2. Erin Mullins says:

    Very Inspirational! It’s just what I was needing to hear today. Thank You!! I hope everything is going good for you. Tomorrow is a new day!

    Erin
    http://diariesfromthedirtroad.blogspot.com

  3. Good words for any age…thanks!!

  4. oh my gosh! I know this is a silly question… but… don’t your cows get cold? and what is the difference between cows & cattle? can you tell I’m not a rural gal? maybe a “beachy” gal, but not well versed in ranch lingo. thanks for stopping by my blog today.

    • Robyn says:

      Christine
      Cattle can take a lot of cold, if they are dry. To be honest, cattle have very good winter coats and prefer colder temperatures. Nothing is worse than rain or sleet followed by wind and cold.

      A cow is an individual and cattle is a general group term. Such as, a person is an individual and people make up a crowd.

      Don’t hesitate to ask questions, I am glad to answer them.

  5. Janis says:

    Great photos and love the quotes…great words to live by!

  6. Rose says:

    Oh, how I love cows in snow photos…I do not know why because I feel sorry for them.

    • Robyn says:

      No need to feel sorry for the cattle, Rose. They may be frosty, but their warm hair coat protects them from the cold and keeps them toasty.

      I am glad you got the opportunity to sit and watch a new calf. They can be entertaining.

  7. Marie-AZ says:

    Poor cold cows! Love the quotes, and their sweet faces in the pictures!

  8. Liz says:

    Great winter shots of your cattle. I do like your quotes too, especially the last one. Sometimes we lose track of our faith.

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