Fallow in the Field
Published by Lynette Jensen
Mother of two grown children. One daughter, living in Denver. One son, who lives in Los Angeles and works in the movie industry. One beautiful and bright grandson! Dog Mom to retired AKC Champion, Addison and 25 week old Adler. One is a mamma’s girl and the other is a hellion! Writing is a gift. I have no idea where it came from. Seriously addicted to telling stories and words and phrases are some of my favorite things. Raised with horses. If they could bottle horse hair, manure, leather and dust, I’d wear it as a cologne. Studied art in college and still paint in my spare time. Very, very eternally grateful for YIN Yoga. It is the air I breathe. There is nothing better for the soul than a walk in the forest. Love to hike and snowshoe. Much of my inspiration comes from nature. “Of all the roads you take in life, make sure one of them includes dirt.” John Steinbeck View all posts by Lynette Jensen
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Wow. That was really beautiful. I feel like this has been the underlying lesson I’ve been learning this last year-ish. My personality loves to achieve and strive and move. Resting requires intentionality… intentionality that I’ve been striving to prioritize 😉 Thanks for the visual to go along with this new muscle I’m strengthening.