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Barbara Ponders

Barbara Nance 8469 Barbara Nance creates in many media, from words to canvas to stone to metal, and the results deliver charm, decoration and adornment.

Her imaginative mind wanders from idea to creation. Here we reap the results.

For those interested in her art work, please visit http://barbarananceart.com/

Cart Woman

Cart Woman

Cart WomanBy Barbara Jorgen Nance

Here I sit, quiet as a feather while the early morning light peeks through the blinds. I’m waiting for Cart Woman, the one who knows how to carry life forward on the l-- Continue reading

Wild Horse Stampede

Wild Horse Stampede

By Barbara Jorgen Nance

Some days stories just show up, like wild horses to water. The stampede kicks up a lot of dust and when the dust settles, the “Gift of Story” is left behind on the desert floor. We-- Continue reading

Oh Deer!

Oh Deer!

By Barbara Jorgen Nance

Why can’t deer just put on their PJs at night and lounge around like the rest of us do? But, no. They insist on running around in the dark and crashing into our cars and trucks. -- Continue reading

Canyon Of Doubt Mystery

Canyon Of Doubt Mystery

By Barbara Jorgen Nance

Many of us have gotten lost in the Canyon of Doubt at some point in our lives. To my knowledge, none of us were born with a roadmap that informs us as to which direction to go-- Continue reading

The Spare Affair

The Spare Affair

Who has the spare time to ponder the spare affair? Minutes tick by and I'm not so sure we can spare them. I just don't feel like a well-oiled time piece these days, but more like a tightly wound cucko-- Continue reading

Trailer Tales

Trailer Tales

By Barbara Jorgen Nance

Our travels with this pull trailer might come in competition with “Mr. Toad's Wild Ride” at Disneyland. The saga of our travel trailer continues with yet another crazy experience i-- Continue reading

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