Soul Gifts from the Future
A Word from the Ranch: November and December came and went so fast, although the shipping of 2 of our horses Koche Kola and Dun Deal was an emotional roller coaster. Not that I did not know from my heart that this move was fine with and for them, fine with our friend Poppy and her friend Ronny, not that I did not know that life would become a lot easier with only 4 horses to care for, but the unreliable shipper kept my on my toes. The trip was postponed by almost 2 weeks and then it took 6 days for the horses to arrive at destination. They are happy and fine, looking real good, although they lost about 100 lb each during their journey.I had an allergic reaction on both arms and in my face during the entire time, much better now. Talk about calling the outcome of your emotions into your life faster now than ever before. Pics were taken the days after their arrival in Kelowna, BC Dec 22-27, 2012
I kept my mind of the horses by working on a commissioned portrait of one of Custer’s elders, great grandfather of a large family still resident there. - George Morris
The end of the Mayan Calendar, the 26,000 year cycle of the Game of Illusions, December 21st came and went, peaceful at Plenty Star Ranch, and so did Christmas. Our camper Irwing came over to share dinner and carrot cake with us a couple of times and so did our former neighbors. Jack and I actually enjoyed a movie in Rapid City – have not done that for many years – The Hobbit. We do not expect anything different for New Years. All together life at the ranch is so much more relaxed and peaceful these days.
As I write this, Jack is taking advantage of the heavy snow fall the last 3 days and burning all those slash piles which had accumulated over the past 3 years, which had been too dry to burn.
I am getting ready finally to describe all the flower essences I collected this past summer in the forest and meadows around our place.
Can hardly wait for spring to come, to travel again to Casper and Lander and maybe event o Kelowna, BC , Canada to visit Poppy and our /her horses.
Merry Christmas everyone & An Enlightening and Happy New Year 2013
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