That’s the little town. It looks like someone is joy-riding.
It’s in a farm area. Depending on who it is, that’s what they are planning to
do. On this side, the house looks like it is sitting in a pan. In fact, when
you look over there at the house it has a black roof and it is a white house. It’s
The sky is a beautiful blue. A lot of trees in the
background. It’s a lovely area. It depends on the time of day and the weather.
This is a story that has joy to it. A story of joy is better
than a story of down. Definitely joy.
The people are leaving. The farm doesn’t show too many
animals. There’s a cow to the left. The cow is just standing there putting in
time. No people. I would like to see more activity with human beings. They
could be out there enjoying the animals, and activity with individuals and that
of family. It’s wonderful to see little children playing in the yard.
In the farming territory there is always activity with the animals.
With a big haystack, the animals would be having a good time brushing to the
side of where the hay is. The people will be outside in the farm area enjoying
fun and their food. The children will be playing having lots of fun.
They have grains for the animals. They will be watching
typical cows, chickens and horses. Horses are just lingering – enjoying the day
for the day with the time they have to spend.
Whatever comes up that someone wants to do they do. If
someone wants to go for a ride, they go for a ride. If there is work to be done
in the field, they will work in the field. They are doing whatever pleases them
and whatever needs some attention.
It all depends on which way the wind blows as to what they
will smell. If there is no wind, it will be a normal day on the farm. If the
wind blows, there will definitely be the smell of the animals in the farm yard.
It is getting ready to storm, to rain. The sky looks like it’s
a little blue, but not above and beyond. If it rains it will be JOYFUL! The
farm gets refreshed and it will add more activity for the farm people. If it’s
a small drizzle, they’ll play outside and work outside like they do. But if it’s
a heavy storm, the family goes to the house and stays in the house until the
storm is over because you never know which direction the wind is blowing.
Thundering. Sharp wind. It depends on which way the wind is blowing.
These are the kind of people who love to work outside and
enjoy being exposed to animals. They enjoy working in a territory where the
grass grows and becomes a very wonderful place of joy. It’s always very
helpful. They find joy sharing with the other adults.
My favorite activity is with the people. It’s wonderful to
see how they make their butter, what they do with the apples, where they go
with the hay. And what they do with their activity.
I’ve been exposed enough as a child going out and hunting
the eggs and just watching activity of the pigs. It’s fun to see how they have
their own mannerisms.
I was told many, many years ago that when my aunts got married,
they had an arrangement that each one would go on a farm. That’s my association
because we would visit the sisters of my father. Families lived on farms. We
were exposed. The aunts were always very wonderful to us. They would let us hunt eggs, go outside, and
watch the animals. It made a big difference in our lives. Always fun. There
were places that had bodies of water for swimming pools. It was a good time. These
were the things you grew up with. The
families allowed me to be who I was. They were wonderful people. A wonderful
growing experience. None stayed on the
farms as time went by – aging, activities and the environment.