Wednesday, February 16, 2011

The Hebbert's

At Christmas time, Clint told me we were going to make a stop in town.

I didn't know the folks we were going to see, but he warned me that there'd be a lot of them.

{He wasn't kidding.}

When we pulled up, there had to have been fifteen cars parked outside.

"This was one family", I thought to myself.

As we walked in, we were greeted with

"Oh my goodness, I haven't seen you in forever!"
and
"Hello there!"

Warm smiles.
Warm hearts.
Warm people.

The Hebbert's have lived in Hyannis a long time.

They're well established Charolais breeders, and excellent horsemen.

But I think most importantly, they're just really good people.

I'd heard a lot about them before we ever moved back to Nebraska.

How Clint worked for Mose & Merla, and Dave & Mickie in high school, and how his love for good Charolais cattle was fostered there.

He spoke of people who didn't mind taking the time to do things right.

And after meeting them, they've been all that....and more.

They're people with common sense and generous hearts.

People with a great attitude.

People that are a part of why there's a "Charolais" at the end of the SS.








We spent last Saturday with them
helping clip bulls for their sale on April 9th.

And while Clint, Dave & Matt worked on the bulls,

Mickie and I played with our new {twin} cameras.

A well spent Saturday afternoon.






"You can easily judge the character of a man by how he treats those who can do nothing for him." - James D. Miles

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