Do you ever have those days where there is so much information going into your brain and rattling around that you know you won’t be able to sleep?
Today is one of those days.
Brandon and I went to a Range Management Workshop today, so we have lots of new terminology and ideas ricocheting around the steel traps of our minds. Ha.
I also have a filthy house and some of the boys’ girl friends are showing up for the next few days. Do you think I could ask them to do some housework while they are here?
We will be working cows the next few days. Possibly some OOPE photo ops.
I have to feed people good meals when the work load increases. Yecch. I hate cooking. I have the beef… I just never know what else to cook with it!
My dogs have been totally ignored lately and I feel guilty.
The English Shepherd situation in Montana has possibly taken on a positive outlook for us ES people to be involved… just as my boys will be returning to Laramie and I have to start helping feed cows in the morning. Next week we will gather all our cows in from the badlands and the workload will increase even more, and I will be so bummed if I don’t get the chance to go to Billings.
My kitchen cabinets are in limbo right now… I need to make a decision.
I have to drive Victoria’s new Ford Escape over to her in Kaycee and retrieve my precious Durango.
I have to start work on my kids’ book or it’ll never be done by July. If anyone reading this has stories of Greet Ranch in its past 100 years, I was supposed to tell you to write it up because Cindy is collecting them for our celebration.
Brandon needs to show me how to load cattle information in our new program before he leaves on Sunday because before you know it – it will be calving season and I’ll be years behind before I even get started.
I have more priming and painting to do.
Somewhere in here you’d think I’d lose some weight.
I need to clean off my desk from all my Korean teaching info to make a fresh start.
I’m sure I’ve forgotten some things.
I’ll make a list.
I’m gonna lay down and picture this… and smell the sweet scent of Buffalo Pea and sagebrush
and listen to a fly buzz by and a cow rip some grass
and sip from a cold cold mountain spring
and feel the warmth of the sun on my skin
and breathe deeply and relax
because somedays are like today…
but somedays are like this photo… and I love this photo!