T for thorns. They are everywhere on the farm and I
have decided that to accept the beauty that we have
been granted~I must accept the thorns.
T for toilet paper holder~Farm style.
We needed a tp holder for the bathroom,
so I walked outside and gathered the essential
items: a stick, baling wire and well that is
T for tallest as in the tallest pistachio in the world!
T-for thanks to the lovely Fourth for being the human in
T for (El) Taco Tote-our favorite fast food restaurant.
T for Third. We are a few days from his birthday once again.
T for Time. You have but a moment to spend time
with your children. Use it~in every way possible,
games, reading, drives, dinners, laughter, work,
play and on and on. This investment while the
family is growing pays off when they establish their
T for telephones like this. We found this one a few
years ago at a gas station. The following year it was gone.
Oh the memories of placing a collect call and saying
everything in the ten seconds the operator allowed you to
say your name..."Collect call from"- and I would say:
"Mom, the Game is over." And she would not accept,
because she knew it was time to come pick me up.
Oh those were the days!
T for tremendous views.
The mountain and sky from my front porch.
T for tasty. Oh cucumbers, salt, New Mexico Chile
powder and fresh squeezed lime juice...you are a
treat for the family!
T for tunnel. When we head up the mountain
to Cloudcroft, we must pass through this
That concludes the T post for the day and
if you were counting~there were ten T things today!