Wednesday, June 19, 2024
Little Pasture on the Prairie

Little Pasture on the Prairie


Eliza Blue thinks about a friend who passed away suddenly, listening to the birds in her writing nook.
prairie flowers

Eliza Blue looks for balance in her life, reflecting on how the earth achieves it during the autumn equinox.

Eliza Blue shares the legend of the Bloody Shoulder marking after getting her daughter a horse with it.
horseback riding

All of Eliza Blue's recent automobile misfortunes have led her to conclude riding horses might just be more reliable than driving.

Thriving in western South Dakota often looks more like just surviving, but this year, Eliza Blue can relax a little as rain is once again predicted to fall.
prairie flowers

Eliza Blue offers a short poem in hopes that it inspires you to breathe in the last of summer's magic before we get swept up into all that comes next.
white-tailed deer

Deer have been a major hindrance to Eliza Blue's tours the last two summers. While she's proud of her music, she hasn't enjoyed the accidents.

Eliza Blue doesn't mind taking it slow with her colt, learning a little more about her every day, building a bridge of trust one careful brick at a time.
farm storm

Eliza Blue attempts to plan a concert around the unpredictable weather on her ranch.

South Dakota's mosquito season is typically gentler than other places Eliza Blue has lived, but this year has been a different story.