Yes, I've joined the Parent-Teacher-Student-Association. No, I'm not a parent, teacher or student.
Some parents look at me weird since I don't have any children, some give me unneccessary praise. I tell them that I am just a community member wanting to get involved. They still look at me like I have three eyes but I enjoy volunteering and as long as a crazy PTSA mom doesn't scare me out I plan on sticking around for a bit (especially because my best friend is on the PTSA too)!
I helped with the Fall Carnival this past weekend and it was a huge success! My immune system however completely FAILED and I woke up Sunday with a terrible head cold.
So, I'm keeping busy and meeting folks! It's fun.
Here is a picture of me and my best friend, A at the carnival.
Friday, October 29, 2010
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
I promised pictures from my Sheep Trailing adventure.
Here are a few for your enjoyment!
|These are our three herders. Hardest workers you will ever meet.|
|They'll be coming down the mountain when they come!|
|home home home!|
|It's beautiful here.|
Friday, October 8, 2010
|J drove the truck and this trailer behind the sheep.|
After mile 3ish, the sheep started to slow down. I took this time to catch my breath and take in my surroundings. It's really beautiful in this part of the country. While on my (power) walk I thought of lyrics to a song I heard recently, If God wasn't born in Colorado, I'm sure he spends most of his time here.
Around mile 12 I saw the open fence at the ranch. It was open and ready for the sheep! It was so neat to see all of the sheep file onto the green grass and eat. It's as if they knew they were home. These animals live such a great life.
Flagging was fun and I've already (been) signed up for next year. I'll make sure I'm better prepared.
|Everybody is home! Sunday 1pm|
A Rancher's Wife