Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Stillness of Heart...

Stillness of heart met wandering hooves...



... and watchful eyes...

...and nearing thunder...


... just then, two miles from Freeman House.


Never have I lived such a moment as the meeting of those three:
the horses, a storm, and my still, still heart.

8 comments:

Susan Kelly Skitt said...

Beautiful moment you've shared. I've always loved a coming storm, there's just something in the air and horses, well, they are a magestic, almost regal creation of our Lord.

Visiting via Penless. Will stop again. Blessings from the east coast:) Loved my visit to Texas a few years back... it's vastness reminds me of God's.

Anonymous said...

i was telling a lady about your blog sunday and couldnt think of any way to describe it, because every day theres something new and different and you dont have a certain style or anything except that its all just, you!! its great that we never know what to expect and i think thats my favorite thing about your awesome blog!! (to answer your voting question) connie

Sue said...

Such a simple post with whole lot of magic!! I too love a coming storm and how the animals react, we can learn alot from nature!

Brambleberry said...

Thank you for that.

Penless Thoughts said...

WOW - Are the horses yours? Beautiful creatures. Just think the Bible says we'll come riding on a white horse with our Lord and Savior some day!!!
Susan

betty r said...

How poetic is that! I love how horses look...so majestic but I have to admit I fear them. So I just 'adore' from afar!
Finally got to reading your post, my computer was down for most of the day...that's when I found out just how addicted I really am! It's all good though!!
Your post is the first one I check!Brin, your 'cup is full and running over'..blessings.

bellacolle said...

Wow! what beautiful pictures!!! some of my neighbors are horses... beautiful creations! So, you are getting more rain? :(

Belinda said...

As far as I'm concerned, horses are one of God's greatest gifts. :-) Beautiful post!