Posted: September 3, 2013 Filed under: horses, travel, wyoming | Tags: clique, duty, effort, horses, people, work
Horses are alot like people. On a horse ranch, they need to work. That means a commute each morning. Some are leaders
leading the way – picture by Jason Stomps, all rights reserved
Some trot behind.
trotting in picture by Jason Stomps – all rights reserved
And of course there’s always a joker in the bunch.
Always a comedian in the bunch. – picture by Jason Stomps, all rights reserved
Some are content to mosey in, just like some people I work with…
Last one in gets to do less.
– picture by Jason Stomps, all rights reserved
Horses even have cliques, here Chief ( red ) tells Lacey and Sunday this cubicle is taken. Don’t they look mean with their ears back? A bit like my daughters when I told them “Nothing good happens after midnight.”
Just like us, these horses work every day. But don’t feel too bad, they winter running free on a huge ranch. I wonder if like me, they wish they could prance away from responsibility?
What me worry ?
Picture Jason Stomps – all rights reserved
May your work bring you pleasure.
Posted: September 11, 2012 Filed under: history, pearls of wisdom | Tags: 911, appeasement, duty, evil, firemen, honor, policemen, resist, september 11
I reflect on 9-11 and think that there must be a hero gene — Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: May 5, 2012 Filed under: poetry | Tags: desire, duty, masks, poetry, uniform
I had been thinking about masks, and what they
conceal for a couple days, and then how if we aren’t
careful what becomes truth and what fiction
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