That's right, we get up, go to work, come home, go to sleep, and the next day do it all over again! I'm definitely not complaining considering I get to listen to my Ipod all day on the tractor and get fed by one of the best cook's in Nebraska. Lately though it's been rather chilly and rainy so our routine is becoming less of a routine. A couple days ago we pulled bulls and moved cows to different pastures (see pictures below: courtesy of Steve Moreland). Yesterday morning I managed to mow hay with my sister and mom-in-law despite occasional sprinkling of rain and wind. It was nice to have a break from raking because the little blue tractor I mow with is so delightful to ride on. That afternoon I helped Brock change baler belts and boy was that fun (definitely exaggeration in this sentence). Actually, it wasn't to bad. The baler is like a really cool jungle gym to climb around in and I sure appreciated the time spent with my cute cowboy!
Brock on Sundance, Carol on Goose, Chelsie on Clavinova
A good husband and wife team I must say
Moving cows to a different pasture
A fun day spent together (despite being saddle sore for days)