I'm not sure that I want to post this out here for everyone to know, but then that would mean I'm refusing to admit that I too, have problems. There's no relationship that's perfect, and ours is no exception. I stumbled upon this on Pinterest, and yes I know we're not married but I see where SO much good could come out of this. So, maybe if I post it on here then i'll hold myself accountable for completing the entire 30 days.
With that being said....
Day One: Ask what I can help you with today?
He didn't respond to me, and he didn't answer. However, I asked. And that's step one, right? I have to keep reminding myself that he's used to doing this alone. And to have help, is something foreign and new to him.
Saturday, July 13, 2013
Ya ever heard of a Ranch Rodeo? Well that's where Joey & I were headed, with a trailer of horses, a cooler tied on the back of the truck with beer (Keystone for him & Leinenkugel (sp?) for me), a camera with a full charge and Chris Ledoux in the CD player.
We pulled into this tiny little town and there were people everywhere. They were catering free BBQ, had a street dance, parade & of course they were ending the evening with a rodeo & fireworks.
A ranch rodeo consist of a 4 man team competing in various events that are timed. Obviously the teams that complete the most events with the quickest overall time, wins. (Ya know just a brief description.)
The opening ceremony was heart wrenching. It was dedicated to a young cowboy whose life was ended way too early. They played George Strait's "The Cowboy Rides Away" song, while leading his horse around the arena with his cowboy boots draped over the saddle. I don't believe that there was a dry eye in the house. What a tribute.
And then it was Rodeo Time....
All in all the Ranch Rodeo was a fun night! They didn't win, but came close! Afterwards there was a couple beers drink and of course sitting under the summer evening sky watching the fireworks. Our 1st 4th of July spent together!
Lately I'm thankful for...
- Porch sitting with new friends that stop by just to say hello.
- A Free Drink from Starbucks courteous of Starbucks Rewards, on a hot summer day.
- Sweet kisses from my adorable puppy
- The sounds of thunder and the brief raindrops that fell the other evening.
- The ability to pick fresh peaches from our peach tree on a summer evening.
- For time spent alone watching "girl movies" and eating comfort food.
- And for living here....
A reminder to myself to be thankful for the small things.