I took this picture the other evening as I was out on the golf cart looking at nature. I thought it was right nice.
I am so blessed to have what I have. A loving family, wonderful dogs, my beloved horses and a nice place to live. It is out in the country with no neighbors within 300 yards. Love that as I am not much of a neighbor kind of girl. I don't know why, I just enjoy solidarity.
Yesterday my husband helped a neighbor bale hay and in turn we got 47 square bales free! Well, not free because Joe worked his little hiney off but it is some really good hay for the horses. We have to be smart and arrange for our winter hay now while the prices are good (hopefully). We are using some of our stimulus check to buy it. I think we will be able to get the 12 or so round bales from our same neighbor. After all, it is good hay and I would rather give it to a friend than someone in the business just to make money. This hay came from the Texas Longhorn Ranch (pictures featured on an earlier post.....I don't yet know how to do the linky thing to get you there). Mr and Mrs Cannon are such sweet people. We are very fond of them.
Again, life is good. I never tire of saying that.