Happy Independence Day!

Rodeo USA

Rodeo USA (Photo credit: ReneS)

Fireworks bursting like blossoms amidst the smells of barbecue–awesome.  Growing up in the country it also meant rodeo!  Yes I grew up with cowboys and cowgirls although I wasn’t one myself.  Horse riders are amazing americans who see life through a wonderful mix of hard work and crap.  The wise ones are grateful for every bit of it.

I’d like to thank all those who follow this blog and all those who comment.  I’m interested in learning from you.

What kind of nurturing topics are you interested in?  What nurturing questions do you have?

May you thrive in your independence and ride your life like an American Quarterhorse in full sunlit glory.

Parade of Breeds opener: the American Quarter ...

Parade of Breeds opener: the American Quarter Horse (Photo credit: Lisa Andres)

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About jjbailey

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  3. Kristin says:

    The bugal call of the rodeo announcers voice can still be heard @ the late hours of the summer evenings in this town!!!!

    • Mom says:

      Living in the front yard of the rodeo grounds of this small Wyoming town brings out all the cowgirls and cowboys of all ages to enjoy their riding experience pleasures from April until October.The sounds and SMELLS from early morning wake-up until glaring flood lights late at night keep in memory the history of this great state with gratitude for all of those who have sacrificed and those now sacrificing to preserve our Nations Freedoms.

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