Go forward and make your dreams come true.”
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Here are a few of the highlights of 2013:
In January the horses went walkabout and I had to shut them out of the hayfield; I couldn't find the hole in the fence where they'd escaped.
We had unseasonably cold weather in April, and a late freeze knocked out the plum, peach and nectarine harvest. We had more rain than usual, very welcome after several years of drought.
In May I did something I've been wanting to do for several years: I went on a camera safari at a wildlife ranch in central Oklahoma. What a great experience! Don't put off those things that you "want to do someday" - do it now, if you can, before it's too late.
Our first frost came early on October 19th.
In November our oldest daughter and her husband came to visit for Thanksgiving. It was their first time visiting us in Oklahoma, and we enjoyed their visit so much. While here, our son-in-law tackled my to-do list and made a big dent in it. We had beautiful weather during that weekend.
As always, through the ups and the downs the Lord is faithful, and I am thankful for His provision for us each year.
Thank you for joining me in this wild adventure. I appreciate each and every one of you!
2010 in Review
2012 in Review
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