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Drawing Upside Down (Part 2)

The second drawing I drew was that of a German Soldier, originally drawn by an unknown German artist in the sixteenth century. The outlines of the horse and the detailed shading made this an enjoyable excercise. 149 more words

This Week and Some Clean Eats

This week has thankfully been slow going and relaxing. O Yea! My kind of week! We haven’t done much of anything but I have got the girls to do a little bit of work to keep their brains nice and sharp and to give them a little something to do. 536 more words

Jumbled July ~ Head Shave of the Night - Stirling Soap - Texas on Fire

Having more than 31 soaps means more frequent head shaves and I figured last night was a good time for it. I love Stirling Soaps for the way the soap leaves my skin soft and conditioned. 243 more words


Talk about the practice of selling horses for slaughter: Part 4

I have not written in a while, and I apologize for that.  My computer does not work the greatest.  I have had quite a few things happening in the month of June.  999 more words

Money & Time, Never Enough

SO, it’s pretty well known that equestrians are ALWAYS short on two things: money and time.

Since B moved out, I’ve had to really focus on food prep and money. 841 more words


Feeling nostalgic..

I arrive home around 8:00 pm, and what I haven’t noticed is that there is still something clinging to me, and it is not until I hop in the shower that it hits me. 251 more words