Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Find The Thing That Nurtures Your Soul...

...and then give it to every person you meet.  Heidi Howeth via Instagram*

Okay, I'd been struggling to write a coherent post about this quote and why I blog...and the internet crashed and nothing got saved.  I'm going to take that as divine intervention and not try to recreate it because I'm pretty sure it didn't really make sense the first time and I doubt the second would be any better.

I don't want the blog to go dark again, so until I have the words...I'll give you pictures.  That hopefully nurture your soul.



Another cute Nistock lamb...and a new puzzle :-).

*I think I started following her because of her beautiful snow photographs.  Maybe during the Iditarod.  I don't remember.  Give her a look.  Just stunning.


21 comments:

Far Side of Fifty said...

What a cute lambie...looks so happy! Your blog is good for the soul...:)

Michelle said...

I've been wandering in my own desert blogland; I think I understand. Hugs, friend.

Lady Locust said...

Keep you well my friend ~

Barbee' said...

Thank you for sharing these darling photos, never get enough of them!

Karen Haggas said...

You do really nurture our souls with photos and stories and sharing...there is peace when visiting your blog. Thank you, thank you!

JaneJMtl said...

However long it takes, Sara, we'll still be here. And I'm so glad you allow those of us who don't have Instagram accounts to see your posts there. My day isn't complete without a visit (or two, or three...) to Punkin's Patch. Your beautiful farm and all the animals nurture this city girl's soul. Thank you!

Marcy Doane said...

I agree, I love visiting your blog and all the sweet pictures nourish my soul. Hugs.

Lori Skoog said...

We are hanging in there with you. Your pictures are always welcome and enjoyed.

tpals said...

Your posts bring a smile to my day. Thank you for every one.

Denny Gross said...

Love the Yoda ears!

Reg Campbell said...

Lamb camp pictures are the best therapy for everyone to start the day. The baby lambs make me smile and I feel the love of their mothers. Thank you for sharing.
Auntie Reg

knitski said...

I don't know this person, however, most of her photos are from my area in Montana!

Marilyn F. said...

Sometimes the writing we do heals our soul and we do not always need to share it with others. You are right, our mental ramblings may not always be understood by others. It sounds like you are on the healing road.
What a great photo with the lamb's huge pink ears with tiny eyes peering out and a perfect smilie face. It looks as though you were face to face with her when you took the picture. Thanks for sharing.

LannieK said...

I read, then reread that sentence from Heidi. I think that is what your blog and photos are all about - you share what nurtures your soul with everyone here, and in turn that love nurtures the souls of everyone here. It's really beautiful and special. Thank you for sharimg all you do and love! Makes my days complete! And the lamb of Robin's is SO stinkin' cute!!! )))hugs(((

kathy dahn said...

I agree with others, your blog and all the pictures nourish the soul and most times a smile. Thank you for that! We will always be here, patiently waiting for a glimpse of your wonderful farm and all the fur kids.

Terry and Linda said...

Knowing you and following your blog is very good for my soul!

Hugs!

Marsha said...

You do the same for me.
It looks like you’re having a similar year that I had last year condensed into a months time period. It ends tomorrow on my birthday which is going to be so very hard. Your posts and Instagram have brightened dark days this past year. I’m so glad someone is helping you along. I love love love your pictures.

Cheryl West said...

Your blog and photos are always a gift.I always start my day by reading your blog.
I can almost feel what it is like standing in your field in the early morning or evening.
And you have lots more fireflies than I have seen here.

sophy0075 said...

Just remember; if you find yourself in the desert, we are all here to help you find the refreshing stream.

Anonymous said...

I cannot tell you how much you nurture my heart and soul. I know that what nurtures us can also break our hearts - you've had a lot of that the last while. You are on my prayer list (actually you're never really off it) and I hope that provides some comfort.

And oh my gosh! Those EARS!!! Thanks for those pictures.
Chris S in Canada

Laura L. said...

Bring on the photos! I love them so much. Please and thank you.

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