Monthly Archives: February 2016

The Juice of Life

I was across the room, watching a toddler as she attempted to pour her own cup of juice. She struggled with the weight of the bottle, tried to lift it high enough to pour. Her tiny hands barely large enough to grip the … Continue reading

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By what are you known

The other day some friends and I were having a conversation about people and their horses. Many of us realized we “know” some people only because we recognize their horses. This could be through training or lesson programs, previous ownership, … Continue reading

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Too much or just right

The other day my husband and I were having a conversation when he told me, “You’re beating it into the ground!” Which gave rise to my pondering of this phrase. Fence posts surrounding a horse pasture HAVE to be beaten … Continue reading

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Building Up

Over the past two weeks this phrase has been thrust in front of me in many ways. Sermons at church, Facebook posts from others, even in books and magazines that I have been reading. So apparently this is one of … Continue reading

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