Tuesday, July 19, 2011

The Refrigerator!

 You probably notice I have two posts today. I posted tomorrows, along with todays. I hope you enjoy them. I choose not to change this. There is a reason for everything. Enjoy. B


“One ought to see everything that one
has a chance of seeing,
because in life
not many have one chance, and none
two.”
               John Masefield


About the time most of you read this I will be on a train, heading to take care of some of those things on my plate. I love the train it always gives me lots of time to relax, and think.
  It is 6:00a.m. Tuesday morning. I am sitting at the table looking out my big window. I am watching two deer graze around the new bales in the field. They are a nice red colour this time of year, beautiful.
 I see some movement back behind them; I grab the binoculars. It is a mother hen and her eight little turkeys. A big blue Heron flies overhead to places unknown.. This is why I love early mornings.
 There are big puddles on the ground, a welcome sight; it must have been a good rain yesterday. I know many of you are waiting for your rain, I hope you get it soon.
 Our pastures are almost non-existent; we are feeding the last, of last years hay. Our girls don’t like that very much; they keep searching for the elusive green grass in the dry fields. The watering hole and the ponds are very low. It is going to take a lot more rainy days to rectify that situation. We can only hope it gets better.


 I can hear the Robin singing her song outside my window, welcoming the morning. I can also hear my refrigerator humming. These are the only sounds this early morning. I hope the refrigerator stops soon. Its sound seems to bother me more today.
 Life has been a little crazy here. With all the outside worries I am finding this year much more demanding.
 Everyone has these times in his or her lives, and I know it will pass in time. I cannot control everything around me, even if I want to.
 The refrigerator has stopped running. Peace.

Photo Friday will be delayed, I will return soon.

Later.

16 comments:

  1. Rain...what a sweet word!

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  2. Thinking of you Buttons.

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  3. How nice to share your morning sights and sounds.
    All the best :D)

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  4. Bless you B. I hope all goes well. Safe travels.

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  5. Travel safely, Pilgrim, until we meet again. You have spent and shared a lovely morning...

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  6. When it rains, it pours. I hope it rains while you take care of business. :)

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  7. i agree! this year is running past us also! have fun on the train.

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  8. i hope you can tend to your outside issues and return with less worries. congrats on the rain. we sure could use some in texas too...

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  9. I really enjoyed sharing your early morning sights and sounds with you and I hope that whatever it is that has taken you away from home is something pleasant. If not, I hope it is resolved/dealt with speedily and that you can relax completely on your homebound journey on the train.

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  10. We finally had a rain too. Not nearly enough. Our pastures are about gone too. What to do? Thinning out stock is what we are doing.

    Have a relaxing trip.

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  11. Hope your trip goes well...and glad you got your rain! (we could use some here...the late corn and beans are thirsty!)

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  12. Bon voyage. Waiting to hear about your trip.

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  13. Take it easy Buttons. One baby step at a time. Enjoy you train trip and we'll see you home safely.
    Maa

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  14. relaxing train rides, i love the sound of a train whistle!!!!

    i love the rain....we need it here!! xo

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  15. Stay strong. It shall pass. Enjoy the train ride. I too enjoy the mornings on my porch with a cup of hot coffee. My thoughts are with you on your journey.

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  16. ohhhh i hate trains haha! That would not be a good day for me! But truth to be told i have NEVER been on a train here in America.... so maybe that would be different...

    And i'm glad i can make you smile every now and then...

    Leontien

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