Not politics, religion; not money or guns.
Answer deep and pure,
in our heart, soul; our Earth and Sun.
We were hooked and it was written all over us. The first weird looks passed between our parents. We were too young to know anyone else. It didn’t matter if there were horses close by; some of us were in the country but just as many of us were in city apartments. We squealed at horsies! from … Read more
Memoir Babies not embraced turn into sullen kids not good enough, graduating to insecure young adults, lost in bad decisions for long skeletal years, just searching for the undeniable place where shoulders soften, bellies peacefully sag, and each breath out hums the melody of utter belonging. …. Anna Blake at Infinity Farm Horse Advocate, Author, … Read more
It’s less about defending spiritual beliefs and more about finding a safe haven.
(Extra)ordinary: Maybe it’s a choice; just a fuller way of embracing the ordinary.
Most of us see herd dominance as a line–alpha to the “bottom.” It’s a limited one-dimensional view. When was any life ever that simple?
Too much notice is given to differences. In the barn herd, members are connected, even as individuality blossoms. Opposites attract. Temperaments change over the years. Alliances come and go. And when someone separates, the entire herd feels that loss.
You already know the next part, right?
Anna Blake, Infinity Farm.
(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.)
Edgar says: Sometimes people consider donkeys to be a bit coarse. To the insensitive handler, we might appear stubborn. Appearing stubborn is just our response to rudeness.