Cowgirl Misses Day On Horseback Preparing For Graduation Exercises And Busy Times Ahead

She was so busy; she didn’t even have time to ride her horse Saturday.

On the forefront, one might wonder: “How in the world could a lifelong, heartfelt cowgirl not arrange just a brief mounted gallop on her favorite mount?”

Answer’s most apparent upon finally arranging a quick cellphone visit with the cowgirl as she left the farm home for a dozen obligations in one of the even busier days of her always most eventful lifestyle, which in itself is mindboggling.

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Dump Helps Yard Cleanup

“How in the world can all of those old tires accumulate around the barnyard?”

That question was rolling in our head as we spent two hours loading worn out pickup and car tires into the back of our horse trailer Friday evening.

Why the old tires are kept is beyond comprehension, but it got so the filling station was charging to keep our worn out ones, so we’d bring them home, saving a couple bucks, while rationalizing they’d be better than nothing, if we had irreparable flats. Continue reading →