Gray Skies are Just Clouds Passing Over : Miracle a Day Project
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Gray Skies are Just Clouds Passing Over

by Susan Fay on 11/14/11

The title line for this post is a quote from American composer, pianist, and big band leader Duke Ellington (1899-1974).

The native trees, Vine Maples and such, often flash their dress reds at the onset of mid-November's stormy skies and chilly temperatures.  The view from Sweetgrass Ranch's deck late afternoon today was amazing.

It was a whirlwind day with a bark chip delivery, fly spray system winterizing, doctoring a swollen leg caused by a hoof abscess, and calls to schedule re-fueling the generator's diesel tank and a group practice at the Oregon Horse Center's Mountain Trail course.  We rode two horses and got soaked to the bone in the process.  Then I spun down to the feed store on a re-stocking mission, wet clothes and all.  At long last, I played ball with the dogs, unloaded the dishwasher, folded clothes, cooked dinner and watched...  Dancing With the Stars.  Tonight, I researched editor e-mails, the best blogging platforms, and area rescues:  horse, dog, and human.  Time to go toss the horses their night, night hay and muck stalls. 

 

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"You can become blind by seeing each day as a similar one.  Each day is a different one, each day brings a miracle of its own.  It's just a matter of paying attention to this miracle."
Paulo Coelho
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