Living easy with "J" and our 6 dawgs and Boer Goats in Poetry... an ageless troubadour...a traveling poet... spinning tales of love and loyalty ... to our family, friends and country... from the very worn saddle of a Harley Davidson Electraglide 2004 FLH Touring Classic
And what have you done Another year over And a new one just begun And so this is Christmas I hope you have fun The near and the dear one The old and the young A very Merry Christmas And a happy New Year Let's hope it's a good one Without any fear And so this is Christmas For weak and for strong For rich and the poor ones The world is so wrong And so happy Christmas For black and for white For yellow and red ones Let's stop all the fight A very merry Christmas And a happy New Year Let's hope it's a good one Without any fear And so this is Christmas And what have we done Another year over And a new one just begun And so this is Christmas I hope you have fun The near and the dear one The old and the young A very merry Christmas And a happy New Year Let's hope it's a good one Without any fear
Incredible snowfall amounts of nine to 14 inches fell in the DFW Metro area from 4 a.m. Thursday to Friday morning, Feb 11-12.
The area's official snow total, measured at DFW Airport, is 12.5 inches -- the most snow ever in a 24 hour period. And on Thursday alone, we got 11.2 inches, which is a new record for a single calendar day.
The storm has also pushed this winter to the second snowiest on record. We've had 15.7 inches of snow this season, and for Poetry that's a record.
Most of the area kids were thrilled to have the day off from school and all this snow; well, maybe not all kids ...
So with camera, and Shiner in hand, we can report all are safe and well in Poetry, Texas. Thanks for visiting Y'All.
Yes we had many surprises this year both sad and joyful. Said goodbye to dear ones and welcomed new members to our extended family.
First frost is on the way to Poetry so wood is stacked and comforters drawn tight. Our pasture friends will need lots of TLC till Spring... my back already aches. So to Dorothy, we miss you dearly, to Kylie, welcome to the ride of your life.
Thanks for stopping and here's a little poetry from Poetry, Texas.
May's soaking rains gave way to 100 degree days in June; while providing a bountiful hay for our harvest this year.
We also had a new litter of Boer kids to supplement our herd. Nanny and kiddos are doing just fine. As our herd continues to grow Poetry Ridge Boer Goats is becoming more of a reality that will one day support our rural, semi-retired lifestyle.
Changes indeed ...this weeks poetry, from Poetry. Thanks for stopping.