To be content at the end of the day. As the sun goes down and the world goes dark, to know that it was yours for the taking, and so you took.
This is my prayer for you and wild women everywhere.
To know you’ve tamed some wild things, and let the others run free. To have ridden hard and fallen harder.
To have found your way back to your feet.
This I hope for you.
To have loved a good man, a good horse and a good dog, but not necessarily in that order.
To have been loved. I know you have been loved.
To have mud on your boots, on your face and under your fingernails and still call it a good day. To know the smell of a well-worked horse and call it sweet. To stand in the rain because it’s raining.
To find a soft place to land, wild women, I pray for a soft place to land.
To climb a hill to be closer to the moon.
To do it yourself because you can do it better.
To work. To work. To work. And to love it as much as you can possibly love it.
Wild, wild women.
This is our prayer.
wonderful, you show me another world.
regards from Germany
Aahhh yes. To be wild. And better yet Wild in North Dakota. Your photos are inspirational. Rarely do you get a sky, two good horses and a husband? to cooperate in sinc to achieve such stunning images. Thanks again Jess….
Amazing. I love the photos as well.
Absolutely lovely, thank you! Will share with my students! (And maybe my husband too – nudge, nudge)
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This is absolutely stunning! Thank you for sharing and inspiring.
Gorgeous words and photos. Perfect. Thank you.
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