Mid December

Upon our return we found out that the Misses of the other family had postponed her trip to NM for the following Sunday. And couple days after our return we shipped 199 culls and 5 bulls. Then Monday we received 101 cows from Nebraska. Yesterday we went to town for a "quick" trip. should know better always turns into an all day project. But we got everything we went for including a Christmas tree. Yes, we bought a tree, on the other side of the state where we lived all we had to do is walk out the back door and pick one. And this is the first year we have bought presents for each other, I don't have any idea what he bought me, but he knows most of what I bought him. :) It is hard to Christmas shop for each other when you are together much of the time. And he is hard to shop for......
Well hubby had to run to town again just now, one of the many tires we had fixed yesterday has no air in it. :( Have to have the tire for the tractor so we can feed cows with two tractors instead of just one.
The cows are a bit chilled today, but we are caking ( 3/4"protein pellet feed) them and keeping hay in front of them 24/7.
 Our tree is in the back of the truck when we bought it,  was already frosted on one side, now the other side matches!

Yes, Frosty Showed Up this Morning!

Maybe we can decorate our tree and hang our lights tonight......we shall see......


  1. Hey sweetie, I just wanted to thank your for visitin' and hoppin' on my blog. I sure hope ya enjoy the ride!!!

    God bless and in the words of that silly old Granny Clampett, "ya'll come back now...ya hear!!!"

  2. Mary! You've been busy! All that shipping and receiving cows and going to town. Town trips are always "all day" trips no matter how hard you try to make them quick.

    Glad you got your Christmas tree. Enjoy trimming it out!


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