The Ozark Mountains is my home, my roots. I have the privilege of living on my native american ancestral land. Yes, I love the land and nature and all that it contains for me.
I just came in from taking a walk with my dogs as my guides, crossing the creek that now has branched into 4 branches, looking for the signs of wild life. Following the Deer trails, looking at the rubs the Bucks make on small pine trees. Going from dense woods into the beautiful light that opens when you enter my upper field. Looking at the colors of gold, green, and brown. With the blue from the sky, yellow from the sun.
Sure, I can put my make up on, dress up, go to town,and visit with the towns people, however, I am still the woman that you will see, in her jeans and boots, walking the woods and fields with her dogs, listening the voices in the wind, loving the land that she lives on. Who Loves stopping to saying hello to her horse, and donkeys, Watching the red tail hawk flying above.
So I encourage everyone to find the side of you that will go outside, find a trail and see where it might take you. You might be surprised at what you find and how you feel after your nature walk. Don’t forget to listen not only to the wind, but also to what the earth has to say to you. You to may feel the energy from the earth.