The best gift we can give one another is a beautiful memory. Life is fragile and precious, we will never know when it is our last day or our loved ones. Enjoy your life as you will never be in this exact place ever again.
God Bless You And Your Family Two and Four-Legged!
Living in the Pacific Northwest summer is a treat. This year has been a year of less sunshine and more gray days, difficult for sure but all part of home. My garden is here for just a moment of time it seems. Soon it will be fall and the season will change again. For now I thank GOD for this moment in time. Look at my beautiful garden. Thank you Jesus!
God planted a dream in my mind in 2010 after surviving a semi truck accident I live each day in pain and I am physically disabled. I am not dead. I still have purpose and value in this great big world. Never give up. Select GOD Created A Miracle For Me.
Present day my husband Scott and I are living this dream. Dreams do come true. We lived in our 5th wheel while we built the farm and our home in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, Washington. I train the owner or caretaker worldwide how to train and care for the donkey using resistance free methods, endorphins and timing I call this the three second rule. Most importantly I teach my students how to have a plan and stay ON DONKEY TIME ®. Stop before the donkey stops. Learn how to be a fair leader with a plan and never drill or hurt the donkey.
Every day I look out our window into GOD’s world, GOD’s window of life. I am so grateful for this land that GOD brought to us and I jump for joy each and every day to share with you to never give up on a dream GOD plants. This is real it really happened and it can happen to you if you trust Jesus. I see mountains, donkeys, horses and more. Dreams do come true but they take hard work and faith that GOD has a plan and his plan may or may not be fast. GOD knows what is best for his children as he created each one of us, he planted the dream in us, our choice is to have faith and step out or stay safe and never try. I choose to die with my boots on. How about you?
GOD bless you and your family two and four-legged!