Gourds n' leather...by Susie
Handmade saddle by Larry
Handmade Boots by Dew- local bootmaker and former Waggoner Ranch cowboy
Bits, Belts and Spurs by Greg-Vernon's County Judge
Framed Artwork by Beth - Veterinarian
Bits, Jewelry and Belts by Tony - Postmaster
Intarsia (the art of inlaid wood) by Phil
Native America by his wife, Mary Ann
Turquoise, Fur & Western Decor by Su
We were all invited out to one of the artist's beautiful adobe hacienda-style home for a post reception. It was a glorious day to celebrate all that we are thankful for - good friends, good food, laughter, sunshine and God's blessings each day.
Wyman had another booksigning at the gorgeous Truscott Lodge in Truscott, Texas. It was a magnificent venue!
It was a pitch-black night. On the way home, you couldn't help but notice the moon. It was GLORIOUS! (even though this photo is horrendous, it reminds me of the beauty that the night holds.)
On a different note, our school invited some local Cherokee to display Native American items and exhibit their dance skills. The kids loved it!
Our cotton stripping began yesterday - a month earlier than normal. Hopefully it will be a good crop, as cotton prices are up.
Although our lives are dotted with challenges and trials, the very things that He uses to draw us closer to God and our faith in Him, always remember to keep your heart and focus on His love, goodness, grace and mercy. Give thanks in all situations and know that God loves you and cares about what you're going through.