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Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Just another day in Idaho

My days seem to pretty much mimic each other lately. I am enjoying my time at home. I have been spending a lot of time with my sister and a few of my friends. I am also pretty sure I have gained several pounds from all the yummy food I have been shoving into my gullet.

Yesterday morning I woke up to about 7 black steers running all over the road and in my Grandparents yard who live across the street. No one else was home, so I had the obligation to herd the cattle back into the pasture from which they escaped. I got a little help from two police officers. I was out in the street literally in my pajamas. I am sure I was quite the sight. But no cows got hit by cars and I am thankful I was home to get them off the road.

I have been riding Pixy about everyday. Last night I went to Posse with my mother and we played games. We set up the poles, the barrels, the figure 8, and the jumps. Pixydust is so willing to do what I ask her & even did pretty good with the jumps. She is still a little fearful of flags, but barrels seem to less scary to her now.

Not too much new to report. I did cut my hair and I will try to get a pic posted in the next couple days. I am having a great time, although I am starting to miss Bryan. . . just starting. Idaho really is beautiful this time of year!

I'm talking on my phone to Bryan! Missing Him.

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1 comment:

Sherri said...

You're making me homesick for Idaho. Maybe I can go visit in August for our county fair. :)

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