Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Patience along with juggling.

There's no music in a "rest," but there's the making of music in it.
And people are always missing that part of the life melody,
always talking of perseverance and courage and fortitude;
but patience is the finest and worthiest part of fortitude
and the rarest, too. 
                                            John Ruskin





I do know there are a lot of you out there waiting for my next blog post, about our new calves. Well, I am in the middle of three writing projects at the moment, so I am juggling that, along with checking cattle at least three times a day, along with still getting on with the rest of life, if you know what I mean. I thought I would share this photo because I love it and thought you all would too. There are stories but they are still in my head. Be patient with me. Please 




Later

16 comments:

  1. Aw...what a little sweetie. Good luck with your writing.

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  2. It's an adorable photo :) I love the rough curly coats on mum and baby.

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  3. That is a gorgeous photo.
    Take your time. We will be here.

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  4. Enjoy this moment! We will be here when you finish!

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  5. It is a beautiful photo ❤️ I would love your job at this time of year!

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  6. Oh, my, this is so precious!

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  7. That is a sweetly, beautiful photo. Thanks for sharing.

    Love & hugs ~ FlowerLady

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  8. Oh my . . . I love that picture . . .
    And wonderful Ruskin quote too . . .

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  9. Patience galore over here. I love that photo SO much. And that quote... perfect.

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  10. Such a cute little bugger. I appreciated your photo of Annie a few posts ago. I promise to be patient.

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  11. aw, such a sweet photo, thanks for sharing it with us :D)
    There's only so much one can do in a day ... look after yourself and enjoy your writing projects B. Hugs :D)xx

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  12. What a sweet moment you've captured! I'm not getting much blogging done, either--too many "irons in the fire."

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