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Saturday At The Bull Pen

“Beauty is in the eye…”

Living with chronic illness teaches you a valuable lesson:

  • Find the ‘positive’ wherever you are at!

It took 20 years before I began to see the allure of the desert.

As a child growing up in Northern California, visual beauty was everywhere; the mountains, the sea, the dark soil.

As an adult living in Arizona, I’m forced to dig a little deeper…

But it’s there…all around… I simply have to…look.

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For Mother’s Day my brood (husband/2 grown sons/2 rockin’ daughter in-laws) took me 90 miles North to a spot near Camp Verde called the ‘Bull Pen’.

A series of watering holes nestled in the canyons East of the highway.

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Dusty back roads, rocky paths, and narrow canyon walls hide magical spots of enchantment that teach the type of impacting lesson only Nature has truly mastered how to deliver:

“Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful,  we must carry it with us or we find it not.”

~Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    Christa sterken
    June 7 at 4:30 am

    Thank you for this bright spot of encouragement for Arizona. When we move back here last summer, I held no love for the desert. I grew up in California too. But perspective is everything and there’s so many little nuggets of amazement in Arizona. Blessings to you and thank you again

    • Reply
      kristine
      June 7 at 8:47 am

      Hi Christa! Thank you, and good to have you back 🙂 You are right though, the terrain is SO different from Ca., but it truly is all about perspective 😉

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