Then I rolled the window down. I said good morning to the black cows that were in the yard of the house that's falling down. I watched a turkey hen fly across the road. There are a lot of turkeys this year.
I always look for the sorrel horse in the pasture where the road bends, but he must have been off in the woods somewhere.
I stopped the truck for a minute to watch the water pour out of the culvert under the road. It's a seasonal creek, only running after it rains. The rocks are worn bare from decades of running water and it's a pretty place bordered by cedar and oak trees. Suddenly I noticed a pair of deer staring at me. I wouldn't have even known they were there if I hadn't stopped to watch the water. What a pretty sight they were, a gift from God.
What scene has surprised you lately? Have you turned a corner and smiled at what you saw?
My hope is to inspire you, and to encourage your homesteading plans and your dreams of a
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