Now that our world has relaxed a bit, I thought I would tell you a little about our trip to Manitoba.
First and foremost if you live on a farm/ranch you probably know how unnerving it is to leave the well-being of your animals in the hands of your friends & family.
It is a huge responsibility and you have to trust the people you are leaving to attend to things with all your heart.
We are some of the lucky ones.
We have such an amazing group of friends, that it made leaving an ease.
Thank-you so much Dayner, Colby, Curt, Tanya & our 4 Ramsays.
We love and appreciate you guys so much.
We made the trek to Manitoba a couple of weekends ago for a Celebration!!!
My baby Sister Rebecca Graduated High School & she looked absolutely stunning.
We took part in her Graduation BBQ at my Mom & Dads.
It was a night filled with laughter, singing, good food, friends, family and a bonfire.
We also went to the lake, visited a vintage candy store & made our own iced cream.
The last couple days were spent at the horse races, eating organic pizza, attending the farmers market & shooting some guns.
I must say that one of my most favorite parts of the trip were getting to say my goodbyes to an old friend of mine.
Just in case his light doesn’t shine next winter.
This stubborn barrel & rope pony taught me so many things about life.
This horse made me laugh, made me cry, made me smile & boy did he make me mad.
He was the gate opener, the oat sneaker, the jokester, the crow hopper, the guy who shouldered in for fun.
He was and is a royal pain in the ass.
But he was & is my best friend.
My Nibsy boy.