Thursday, June 20, 2024
Little Pasture on the Prairie

Little Pasture on the Prairie

sheep shearing

If you’ve ever watched a sheep shearer work, you know it is about as labor intensive a job as exists, according to Eliza Blue.

Eliza Blue rejoices as the harshness of prairie winter begins to thaw for a moment of temporary respite.

Is she writing her column or shopping for chickens to add to the flock? You'll have to read on to find out.
living room

Eliza Blue and her family are still adjusting to their new house after moving closer to town.
people walking on pedestrian lane during night time

Traveling to New York City feels like going home for Eliza Blue, who spent time there as a young adult while trying to make it big as a singer-songwriter.
Clun Forest sheep

The small flock of Clun Forest sheep Eliza Blue brought home a few months ago have been everything she ever hoped for in sheep.
Clun Forest sheep

Eliza Blue finds the perfect breed of sheep for her ranch.

When she moved into her new house Eliza Blue acquired a pet bunny she didn't plan on. Now she's battling icy conditions to bring it fresh food and water.
prairie flowers

Eliza Blue realizes that perfection is waiting in the quiet of tall rustling grass, the last morning star, the golden faces of late summer flowers.

Eliza Blue ponders letting go of things you can't control and how to appreciate the inevitable cold of winter.