a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Tracks

Chicken tracks,
raccoon tracks,
and deer tracks.
Each action, each word leaves a track.  We may not be aware of what impact those tracks have on other lives, but tracks are made none the less.  Tread lightly and make sure your tracks make a difference.

23 comments:

Country Gal said...

Awesome photos and post so true! Have a great day!

Jules said...

You must have monster chickens or a great zoom. As to my tracks...I have had to eat a few :)
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

Rob said...

What great words and so true.

LindaG said...

Hope you all have a great day, Gail. How's the weather today?

Shabbygal said...

Great post Gail very true! Hope you have a great day! Traci

Rudee said...

You are so very wise, Gail. I am more careful of my words when I'm working, only because I do know they make a difference. I wish I was as careful at home. I will try now thanks to your reminder.

Rae said...

Nice post. I like your words and the photos.

carolina nana said...

AMEN !! WELL SAID !!!

Razzberry Corner said...

Thanks for the insight! We all need to think about our actions sometimes! :)

Sue said...

Great wisdom today. And I loved the way you presented it, too.

=)

Nezzy said...

Girl, is this ever the truth documented with yet another wonderful picture!!!

God bless and enjoy your day sweeite!!!

Sunny said...

...and remember to wipe your feet!
I had doggie tracks all through the house this morning...can't wait for mud season! Haha!
☼ Sunny

An English Shepherd said...

And wet shoes ;-)

Wizz

Nora said...

I try to make as few tracks as possible. Remember: walk softly and carry a big stick!

Far Side of Fifty said...

Still making my tracks in the snow..so I enjoyed your tracks:)

The Golden Eagle said...

Great pictures!

True. :)

Jenean said...

I love looking at tracks. found bob cat tracks about a week ago or so. posted them along with crow and worm tracks :)

Buttons said...

Hello Funny you should write this post today I was out tracking in the pouring rain. I was following a Mother and her calf. I found them but got extremely wet. When I got back to my tractor it would not start so I made tracks the two miles to the house. Wet and shivering my tracks all washed away.
Nice post. Thank you B

Verde Farm said...

Oh Gail, awesome post!! What a wonderful message and oh so true :)
Thanks for sharing with FFF!

edenhills said...

Great post! I love your message.

Teresa

Millie said...

That deer track looks an awful lot like a goat track.

Rising Rainbow said...

It's been a while since I've since raccoon prints. I would recognize them anywhere but they are so mischevious, I'm glad I haven't seen them in a while. LOL

DesertHen said...

I have never seen a raccoon track. They look like tiny handprints. Wise words! Great post!

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