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Archive for February, 2012

Early Start

Bernicie and I have already been out for our morning walk–in fact, it’s early enough that the horses are still in the barn, waiting for the Canadian Wrangler to bring them room service.  :)  It’s very cold out here in Spokaloo, and the sky is gray, as it was yesterday.  Still, the quiet and the peace were lovely, and God and I had a great talk.  :)

Yesterday, on the afternoon round, all the hayburners were out in the pasture, and Banjo and Traveler, my boys, were showing off big time.  It takes my breath away, watching them run. 

The writing

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Gray Skies, Happy Heart

It’s a writing day, and I’m thrilled about that, so I’m making the blog short this morning.

Bernice and I are taking our prayer walk in a few minutes, and then I’ll be at the computer again.  Yesterday’s chapter practically wrote itself–I love it when that happens.

More tomorrow, or later today.

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The typical Pony Express rider was nineteen years old and made $100-$150 per month plus room and board.