Sometimes I see a father playing with his child, tossing her in the air and catching her, holding her tight to his chest. Then my heartbeat feels tight in my own chest and I think of Spirit. He did that toss and catch with me. –Anna Blake, Stable Relation
He’s old and sway-back, he casts a long shadow, but he never stands alone. My Grandfather Horse is more than a muse; part of him is in everything I write. Never want to miss a chance to say thank you. Do you owe a debt to a horse?
Anna Blake, Infinity Farm.
Stable Relation: A memoir of the farm I grew up on, the farm I have now, and the horse who carried me in between. Available at book sellers July 13, 2015. To get updates and the inside story, sign up here: Prairie Moon News. Thank you.
(WordPress Photo Challenge is a weekly prompt to share a photo- I enjoy twisting these macro prompts to share our micro life here on the Colorado prairie. My photos are taken with my phone, on my farm. No psych, definitely not high tech.)
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Congrats on the book. My equine muses are my first horse and the one with me in my gravatar, both now gone.
Part of them lives on here, now, and that was a big part of this for me. Legacy…
Very exciting about your upcoming memoir; such a great photo, too.
Love this sunset light. Thanks.
I solemnly believe that any one who has had the privilege of spending some time with a horse owes them a bit of something. Very sweet of you to dedicate a novel to the experience. ☺
And for me, nothing less than everything. Thanks, you are right. They give a gift to anyone open to it.