Tag Archives: Barn Town
What a shock to the system! Totally unexpected! Cause for alarm! A visitor to the barn this morning that we were not ready for under any circumstances. As soon as my heart slows down I will explain. But first, I … Continue reading →
The newest member of Barn Town. Meet Savannah. She is 8 mo. Old Jerusalem donkey. We are so excited to have her here.
A good writing quote can give me goosebumps. For those days when the well is feeling dry and a tad echo-y, I keep a running list of my favorite quotes—things I’ve read, things I’ve edited, things I’ve found in the … Continue reading →
Luke 12:7(KJV) But even the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear not therefore: ye are of more value than many sparrows.
There are times in our lives when we are forced to wait for the Lord to give direction, to clear the way, to encourage our souls. For the most part, we stumble on our merry way as if we … Continue reading →
(reposted from 2014 on the Eve Culley Blog) At 3 a.m. the peaceful quiet of the Culley Barn was destroyed. Rooster Cogburn and fellow cronies struck yet again. The CBG (Culley Barn Gang) had look-outs, the Welsh Harlequin duo, standing … Continue reading →
first posted 02/2014 on Eve Culley’s Blog Let me introduce you to my family. Don and I have been married for 43 years and have known each other since dirt was new. I was a precious eight year old joy … Continue reading →
Chapter 3 – Oh What A Night I was sound asleep. I was enjoying my sleep. I had a really cool dream going on. I was dreaming about that pesky lizard that lived under the rusty bucket in the corner. … Continue reading →
As I was reading my Bible this morning, I became aware of the power of one person to change the heart of God. To alter the plan of what God was planning to do. It wasn’t the crowds of … Continue reading →
The grasses are so tall, willowy like graceful dancers waiting for the music to begin. The wind is blowing sending the grasses dancing overhead, bending over me blocking the sun. I feel trapped by their weight, the stickiness of the … Continue reading →