I have to tell my family how much I really love them all right now. I mean I don't just love them right now, I always do, I just have to tell them now. I wish I could have been there with everyone to tell sweet little grandma goodbye. It was good to get to hear all of the stories from everyone. We are planning on driving down to Kanab on Thursday and then heading the rest of the way Friday. I don't know when the last time I was in Arizona even was. I think Dixon was pretty little so it's probably been around 5 years now. I really hope that's not right, but I can't remember.
Kilie my email is email@example.com. Now Shelly I know you don't update very often too so get your butt in gear so I can keep up on my family that I don't ever get to see.
Love you all
Thursday, December 4, 2008
Now for some pictures from J.C.'s trip to Wyoming this fall. It's hard to pick wich pictures to put on here. In fact right now J.C. is telling me he needs to pick the pictures so I will have the good ones. At least this gets the point across that they had a good year. J.C. has also been back to hunt lions with his friends and they have killed one every time he's gone. (which is 3) I have a little bit of a hard time with all of this hunting stuff, anyone who knows me knows how much I love animals. I have to always tell myself there is a whole circle to life. Last week we had our pig done (I hope everyone knows what I mean by done) I let it out of the pen to say goodbye and brushed him for awhile. Then I had to leave. He was a good pig. Ok, enough for now, I started this by just wanting to add hunting pictures and now I'm going on and on.
Wednesday, December 3, 2008
Since my cousin Shell Bell gave me a hard time today about updating my blog I decided to add something. Once again these are old pictures, I still don't have a new camera, so bear with me.
My cute (I mean handsome) boy Dixon cracked me up the day we tagged bucket calves for the fair. I still don't know what he was trying to accomplish, but he wanted to wear his chinks, cowboy hat, and he stuck something plastic in his mouth. (I really hope he wasn't pretending like it was a stokey or something. Please help me)
The other couple pictures are the day we got the calves. They were a day old and one didn't want to nurse from the bottle too well. It didn't make it after a couple of weeks. I tried all kinds of concoctions, even putting coke and pepto in the bottle. I didn't make that up, an old dairy farmer told me those tricks.
Last, but not least is the picture Dixon took of me cheesing it up at Josie's musical last year. I tried to take pictures of her, she even had a solo, but I was too far back and the only thing that wasn't black was the one of me. Great.
Ok Shelly are you happy now?