My daddy’s saying. When he experienced or learned something new, he would say in amazement, “That is a new wrinkle in my horn.”
I wonder, do cows get more wrinkles in their horn a they get older?
I have tried a lot of things in my life. I have never tried to ‘push’ my opinions on anyone. Religion? I consider myself a Christian. I’ve had friends who would not agree LOL, but we all have opinions. I have said it many times, It is hard to imagine anyone preferring chocolate over Butter Pecan Ice cream, some folk just don’t make sense. But over the years I have learned that humans (over all) do the best they can. Some cannot do as good as others, and some do better, but we all try.
I have never cared too much what folks wore, to work or church. I left my prejudices a long way behind me. I have had friends who were from a broad spectrum of beliefs. I have friends who are gay. I have had friends who are atheist, agnostic, or just unbelievers. BUT they are friends. If they want to talk religion, we talk, if they don’t, that is their business.
(Sherry got us some coffee, before going in)
Never been to a Cowboy church. So when David Luke asked me to attend with him, his sweet wife and Glenda. We made a dater for yesterday.
(David Luke, Sherry, Glenda and Holly)
WOW a beautiful setting. Giant Live oaks, palms and a few orange trees thrown in. Folks of every shape, color and size. No dress code of course, but it was from shorts and halters to complete cowboy attire including the Stetsons.
(Roughly 300 folks in attendance)
I could not understand the words, but the sound was good, a couple and a guitar. (I was disappointed they didn’t ask me to sing) I am sure they will next time.
Sherry said it was a good sermon, and the preacher also baptized a convert in a horse trough. (I thought that was a neat trick).
Dogs attended, this one became bored.
More ladies with their dogs.
The girls who were plotting and I did not know it! More on that later.
Ahhhh, after church, can you imagine these huge live oaks for the kids to climb in while mom and dad visits after church? They were having a ball.
It was a wonderful time This is Freedom Ranch, very patriotic, very loving folk. It was a GOOD wrinkle in our horn.
It is not the type of shoe or boot you wear, but it is how straight you walk, that counts in this life.
I believe this is a 1949 Buick.