I really wanted to get pictures of us working, but when you're short handed pictures are the last priority. So, I did get an after picture.
|You can tell how much he wanted his picture taken|
What a Dork!
We had to take some of the heifers to the sale on Thursday and didn't get home until 10. I had to pack and get ready for the weekend. I left Friday, right after work, and headed to Brady. I picked up my new puppy and stayed the night at my parents. She is a Catahoula and I love her already. I got home last night from Houston and Bobby fell head over heals for her. He held her and started teaching her how to sit. He told me that he loves her. She is already spoiled and when I left for work this morning she cried forever in her kennel like she was being abused. Hopefully she'll get into a routine and learn that she will be in her kennel all day! Poor little thing!
We still haven't named her, but were going to wait and see what fits her instead of settling for something like Junior! hehe!!
My mom, Mollie (sister) and I got up and left the house at 4:30 Saturday morning to get to Houston for the shower. I actually drove all the way, but it was good cause we got to get caught up on our visiting. The shower was fun and then we headed downtown to go the Rodeo. This was Lyn's bachelorette weekend, so we went to the rodeo and watched Brad Paisley, then rode the Metro back to our hotel. That was quite an adventure.
Even though I had a great time with the girls, I don't really care if I ever go back to Houston, again. Some people ask me how I live out here in the middle of no where, but my question is how do people live there. I love it out here in the wide open spaces!
|This was when we first got on the Metro to head to Reliant. by the next stop I couldn't even see Lyn there were so many people.|
After a stop at the airport, a girl's house, the hotel to pick up mom and JoAnn Fabric's, we headed back to God's country. Even though there are way too many people, the grass is so green down there and it is a beautiful spring. There were tons of bluebonnets along the road, so we couldn't resist and stopped to take our pictures in them. It was a fun trip, but definitely glad to be home with my hubby!