*Confession* Referring to my husband as a "farmer" is incredibly awkward to me. He raises livestock, not crops, so in my mind and probably most everyone's west of the Mississippi he qualifies as a rancher. On the other hand, my husband finds it incredibly awkward when I refer to him and his parents as ranchers … Continue reading Till the Cows Come Home to Double Dan Ranch
Today marks our one year. In a way, it seems a little silly to be celebrating a one year anniversary when we are getting married in exactly one month and one day and the whole anniversary thing will be completely changed. But, in my dating history I've only made it consecutively to one year ONE … Continue reading If He Coordinates His Rope Color Just for You… Marry Him.
"Well, there's a full moon in the western sky And there's magic in the air Ain't nothin' I know of, can make you fall in love Like a night at the county fair" -Chris Ledoux Remember that list I created recently? The list consisting of all the things I wanted to do before the wedding … Continue reading Indian Tacos and Fluffy Cows
Pioneer Woman started it, I swear. I saw a picture of Hereford cows and was sucked in immediately to whatever else was in the article. But... it wasn't about my favorite bovine breed, it was about mush stuff. Her article "15 ways Marlboro Man and I are different" was exactly what the title leads it … Continue reading Fifteen Ways
...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.
On St. Patrick's Day this year I attended Oklahoma Youth Expo (OYE) with several friends. As we walked through one of the cattle barns discussing and reflecting back on our own showing days, one friend stated, "If annoys me to no end when some little kid or grown adult comes up and asks, can I … Continue reading Can I pet your cow?