I have a lot of "I told you so moments" happen in my life, I can be a little bit of a quiet know-it-all and as it goes with any form of know-it-all, when the moments of being wrong come hither, they come hither strong. A couple of months ago, My Someone and I were … Continue reading For the Love of Habaneros
If you follow me on Instagram, then you probably understand the radio-blogging-silence on my end has a whole lot to do with my husband and I's current housing situation. One which I plan on throughly blogging about, just as soon as I'm finished painting. And in case you didn't already know, repainting an entire home … Continue reading I Went to Lexington and Returned With a Sombrero
Think back with me to some of the very first toys you ever played with as a child... Was one of them some type of box with cutouts, that you would stick shape pieces into the holes on the box? I believe most of us probably had one of these, or at least something similar. … Continue reading Star Shape, Square Hole
...and I don't mean that in a sense of letting others herd you around. Recently, one of my Facebook friends posted this article. In it is a list of all 50 states with their people populations compared to their cattle populations. I'm sure it's no shock to y'all that BOTH my states of residence: Kansas … Continue reading People should be more like cows.
What is Farm Talk doing for National Ag Day? I hope Farm Talk is including National Ag Day in the paper! What kind of editorial things will you be doing for Farm Talk? Yikes! National Ag Day apparently has a lot of expectation baggage strapped to it, for a weekly regional agricultural newspaper editor... or … Continue reading National Ag Day? Ain’t nobody got time fo dat!
I'm a Harlem Shake enthusiast. I'm even to the point of having the song on my iPod, so when I need a little pick-me-up I will rock out with a one woman dance party in my Pontiac. It happens... More often, than not. But anyway, I digress. A little late joining the Harlem Shake craze, … Continue reading Even cowboys like a little “Harlem Shake”
Like any other Monday I woke up, let Oliver outside to run for a bit, and began to get ready for work. Then I realized the two weeks of Project Vegan are over. I had made it past the headaches, crankiness, the dark circles under my eyes, my skin turning blue (Iron deficiency, take your … Continue reading Walk a mile in someone else’s TOMS
I say lots of random things. My friend, David (Yoda, for those of you who frequent HH&SS) is on the receiving end of my "many bright ideas." Such as... "Hey, want to become partners in a Scottish Highlander cattle operation?" "David, everyone knows the world's greatest cattle breed would be anything crossed with a Brahman." … Continue reading Project Vegan: I didn’t think he’d actually agree.
This following picture recently appeared on my news feed: The friend who "shared" this photo is someone I love dearly, so while my first reaction was to get blood boiling mad, I didn't want to speak out of anger or pure emotion. Pure Emotion. That's exactly what this is. It's a misleading photo, with a … Continue reading Be aware of what you share