Sometimes I struggle with starting a blog entry. I let it hold me back all too often. It’s like I really want to write. I can figure out everything I want to say, and how to say it, but I can’t find the way to start off all WITTY like. So, that’s where I was
Back to ranch work. After all, ranch work is never done. Armed with the million “shopping carts” that I had secretly filled up in my dream home file cabinet called my brain, I had plenty to sort through. Let’s be honest, I had always teased my Father-In-Law and Mother-In-Law that the minute something happened to
These puppies have been the perfect way to start 2017. They have already grown so much since this photo. They are actually almost 4 weeks old, and no longer have those bright pink paws or noses. The puppy breath is like Manna from Heaven. My 94-year-old Granny came to visit the puppies the other day
Today is National Margarita Day, February 22nd, 2017. HUMP DAY! What could be better? Beautiful day, sun is shining, low humidity, a nice 78 degrees, no chance of rain AND it is National Margarita Day. WHOOPA! This is the day that hubs has to limit me. He knows all too well that Tequila onefrb is
We started the ranch remodel following the passing of hubs’ parents. It started with just a few things we wanted to fix, mainly a new farmhouse sink in the kitchen, repairing the back porch columns, fresh paint and new carpet. I met with John Winsborough of Winsborough Construction in May, 2016. http://winsboroughconstruction.com/ This was after calling
When we started the ROP project, the outdoor space at the ranch was deemed to be Hubby’s designated job. After all, the outdoors is his thing, he kinda knows a thing or two about trees, plants, flowers. He said he wanted to do it all. I had the inside, so therefore, the outside was his.
The olive ranch idea has been in the works a while now. I think hubs started researching olives years and years ago, but he finally told me about the idea probably in 2011. Looking back, I remember being on our honeymoon in 1997, and as newlyweds, hubby playing a trick on me at Mondavi Winery