Saturday, December 27, 2014

Wisdom & Way...




I believe there is truth in that quote,

and though the picture is not mine, it makes me smile with memories of the Cowman on Sage bringing in the remuda.

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Cowgirl Way







9 comments:

  1. "This above all: to thine own self be true,
    And it must follow, as the night the day,
    Thou canst not then be false to any man." - Hamlet Act 1 Scene 3

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  2. LL: One of my favorites by the Bard.

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  3. Nice bit of Kwanzaa wisdom. Thanks, LL.

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  4. I'll wait while you saddle up, but a door will not go unopened.

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  5. Brig - A place without horses isn't much of a place.

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  6. Agree with all but the stirrup one gave me a chuckle. I rode bare back since I never got it right.

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  7. Yep, when it's 'right' EVERYTHING hurts at the end of the day. And I still open doors...

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  8. LSP: No Kwanzaa allowed here!

    ODIE: Always the gentleman.

    LL: Damn Straight it isn't!

    OLD NFO: The older I get the more truth there is in that and Thank you for all those opened doors!

    JENNY: the bard or horses?

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