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YEVET TENNEY

Yevet Tenney has been writing for Progressive Dairyman for many years. Her heartfelt, inspirational articles are a favorite with readers.

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Editor’s note: The following is an original short story by the author.

Joe and Sue were sitting on the front step looking like their ice cream cones just got squashed. “Listen to that,” Joe said. “Did you hear them? They’re singing about me. My mom told me just this morning that I’m gettin’ nuttin’ for Christmas."

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When I was a little girl, my mother told me stories by the hour. They were wonderful stories her grandmother had shared with her.

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The crux of my article last month was taken from the words of Jeremiah, an Old Testament prophet, who spoke of broken cisterns. In the early days, a cistern was a place capturing and storing rainwater.

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When I was in my teens, I saw an old surfer movie. I don’t remember the plot, but I do remember a scene where a group of teens were dancing.

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Yesterday I watched my daughter, Angel, ride her horse. She didn’t have a saddle, only a bridle in her hands. The horse galloped and slowed with a slight pressure from her knees and the lift of her hand on the bridle. The horse and rider were one as they flew across the pasture.

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I have lived long enough to have traveled down life’s road, to be able to look back and say, “I know how to avoid the dead ends, the dangerous detours and the shortcuts that turn into superhighways to nowhere.”

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