Yesterday when I was young…Patricia Kaas


This is one of my Pa’s favorite songs originally sung by Roy Clark, new rendition by Patricia Kaas. I remember as a young girl watching my Pa listen to this song sitting on the back porch, he with sunglasses on. My Pa knew somehow I would feel like he felt like I feel today I remember chasing his words to find some semblance of him. I don’t feel like time and youth had run out but I feel wisdom of age has taught me to not be stupid and even if I am it’s okay to do dumb stuff. Happy Father’s Day Pa…I never feel like you are gone.


A new mini we see

What a sweet little miniature horse. We spotted him instantly.
This has become mine and Alex’s favorite past time going
to see the minis….Hope you guys aren’t tired of seeing minis.
Because we ❤ Mini Horses

This mini is a little bigger than the little black one and a little
more brave.

She’s so sweet, she’s thinking we should get some minis
for the back yard. 😂

Look at this one it literally stood there waiting for me to come pet it. I should have brought baby carrots with me. I noticed this one is losing its winter coat. She’s fuzzy. 💕

Cuteness overload

Alex took this one. Aww 🥰

Y’all I love these itty bitty horses. My girl and I take a drive to see them every night. Tonight the momma showed him off. 🥰😍

Word Hug #34

Nadia over at @udtherabbithole has the sweetest little daily word hugs with little bunnies on them. I really love her blog and spent some time this morning feeling her sweet bunny hugs! ❤ You know I love bunnies too! ❤ Please visit her blog and see for yourself.

Also I’m turning off the comments so you can direct them to her blog! Have a funny bunny day! ❤


Everything is going to be okay, maybe not today, but eventually xx

💞🐇 with warmth and wishes
Up and Down the Rabbit Hole 🐇💞

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Don’t Blame the Holy Cow (Fire, Sage Grouse, Wild Horses, pandering) — Wild Horse Education

Please see a friend’s blog Wild Horse Education link below a call for help with the wild horses in America. #wildhorse #wildhorseeducation

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Arkansas River floods Oklahoma

2019 Arkansas River flood has made the records books for the highest river levels ever. By Wednesday the River is expected to crest at 42′. The Army Corp of Engineers has been releasing at full capacity since the rains started. Flooding is rampant along the bordering river towns.

Below are some photos I took standing on Riverside walking trails in Tulsa, that are today gone due to errosion from the rushing waters.

I thought it would be better to get a closer look riding a scooter, so I did. I left after seeing the mighty Arkansas River overtake a playground area.

On my way home I stopped by the Verdigris River, which feeds into the Arkansas River, this river is by my home and I’m thankful I’m living on high ground.

The scariest part for me is that my mom and sister live in Arkansas in Van Buren. The city is surrounded by water. Fortunately they both live on higher ground like me. 🙏🏼💜