October

It was a beautiful month on the trails and in the woods. Deep in the woods of Mammoth Cave National Park No idea what created these holes. Favorite vantage point. Snack break

Fall Day

Jessi and Beau on the hunt. Fall flowers: Pigeon Peas Goldenrod has a bad reputation for causing allergies, but it has an important role as the last major food source for pollinators before winter . Sumac Milkweed The arrival of Coralberry means winter is on the horizon. This is a winter food source for birds. … Continue reading Fall Day

Almost Heaven

One of the best things about moving is I can drive backroads to the farm. I have watched spring become summer and the transition to early fall. I have watched storms move in and I have been amazed by the sky. Take me home, country road…. To the place where I belong, my old Kentucky … Continue reading Almost Heaven

Atlas Needed

Not long after I posted about spending part of Sunday hiding in the tub, I received a text from a dear friend: “Love you. I know the Sunday feeling that you talked about in your blog. Listening to “Atlas of the Heart” by Brene Brown while driving. She suggested in overwhelm ‘doing nothing’ is actually … Continue reading Atlas Needed

Quitter

The craving hit hard and fast as I watched my young Australian Cattle Dog/Border Collie struggle to control her legs. Her brain and body were not communicating. I had rushed her to the vet to find that she was having a reaction to medication. There was a chance that the affects could be offset with … Continue reading Quitter