Sunday, December 16, 2007

Sunday Peace

Home from the hospital for just over a week, and it has been a busy but good week. Another calm, peaceful Sunday here. The following pictures were taken last Sunday, today was much the same.




Remington leisurely lopes in to get his grain.



The hay seed in the field is just starting to grow. The 'Live Oaks' stay green all year. Snow capped mountains in the background. (ski tease)


My horse adores Jerry, all critters like him. This was 9 days post open-heart surgery.


Rock and Cheyenne madly race in at the breakfast call. (if I crop this picture, appears as wolf attack)


Most of the calves have been sold, a few small ones remain with their mommies. This one is the fuzziest. And he likes to taste his nasal discharges......

6 comments:

Jenn said...

Jerry looks great! I'll bet it's been so nice to be home. I'm jealous of your green pastures! Ours are white with black mud splotches every where.

Mmm...calves are like kids...bunch of booger eaters.

lov mom ox said...

Glad to have you back on, see your pictures and know all is well.

Nice to see Jerry up and out enjoying the outside and horses.

"Hi Jerry, take care"

di said...

been checking in on your blog daily for a new chapter. good to finally see one. jen's right, that green grass looks so nice. so does Jerry.

Anonymous said...

YEP! GREEN is gone! WHITE is in! Bet you miss all the digging out.Cold walks to the barn to feed horse' frozen water trofs. Jerry does look good. Little cold, the worm vest gives it away. DAVID

The Stevens Family said...

I was just catching up and am so glad to read everything is going well. Congratulations on the homecoming. I pray for a speedy recovery for Jerry.

KellyJean said...

What a beautiful place you live in! I love your pictures! And how wonderful to have your man back home. Enjoy and I will pray he heals properly.

Thank you so much for visiting my blog and for taking the time to comment. You gave my husband and I quite the chuckle!