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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Turning A Corner


I'm not sure who learned more this past weekend...



Raz?
Who pulled logs, hauled stoneboats, and worked like a champ...

Or us.

I'm guessing us.

Having an Amish man come to our place, 
and work our horse, 
set off emotions that are too sacred to even talk about.  

Needless to say, it was a wonderful Saturday, 
learning about horse power and Amish living.  
(...and where we fit in...)

I'll compose my thoughts and return.

Until then, dear friends.

God willing, and giving Him the glory!

Sherry


6 comments:

Ian said...

It looks like somebody needs a carrot, and someone else needs a big pitcher of iced tea!

OurCrazyFarm said...

Did you get your camera working? Such a beautiful picture! I always like to see a new post from you, Sherry:))

Dicky Bird said...

Good boy Raz...sounds like he did a lot of work.

Sandy said...

I can't tell you how intriguing that sounds...and thought provoking. :)

Cary at Serenity Farms said...

Do you know about Horse Progress Days in Clare this weekend? Except for the heat, a great to explore horse drawn equipment, etc.

Sherry Sutherby http://russ-stickacres.blogspot.com/ said...

Hey Folks~! Boy, a week away from Internet. Thank you everyone, for your comments. Terri from OCF, no, the camera is officially laid to rest. Sad... And I haven't been able to capture any photos for a while. Cary from Serenity Farms ~ I was a stone's throw from the Horse Progress Days on Saturday, but was hauling sheep so couldn't stop. My Amish friend (where we got the sheep) went on Friday (via his buggy) and said it was wonderful. I'll have to wait until 2018 for the next one! Check out Amish America.com to see photos. Hope to check in more...