Friday at the ranch.

One of the best benefits of my job, is that I have every other Friday off.  Today happens to be one of those days, and I'm spending most of it at home working on projects and taking care of a few things that have been sidelined.  We've been CRAZY busy at my office these past two weeks with a big deadline and our fiscal year end, and I spent every night this past week at the office until well past dark.  On top of being out of town for work the two weeks prior to that, my house - and my husband - have been ready to have me focused at home for a few days.

So it was so nice to have my Friday off, land on this weekend.  I got to sleep in until 7:30 (what a luxury!) before heading into Starbucks to pick up breakfast for Clint and I.  That's one of our weekend treats, and I love being able to take him a coffee and breakfast sandwich in the morning.

My standard text to him after getting home from town is usually "Where can I bring breakfast?".  This morning it was to the White Corrals, where the weaned spring heifers are being fed.  Clint was horseback bringing another set of heifers in from down the road for the BMCC livestock judging kids to come work out on, so I spent a few minutes prior to him arriving taking pictures.

It's been a while since I've just taken pictures of whatever I've wanted.....and it felt good to be back in the saddle.  ;)

Before long, RJ was headed down the road with the feed truck....heifers following....and Clint and the dogs bringing up the rear. 

Breakfast was delivered, a quick conversation about the plans for the day, and he was off.  I was off too....back home, to finish a few things (and write this post) before I go back out to join him and help with some projects.

Happy Friday friends!  I hope that wherever you're living the dream!


  1. Darcy,

    Glad you got a chance to regroup and spend some time with Clint, cattle and home. Some of the gals at Women in Ag that work in an FSA Office said the same as you ... "it's been crazy at the office lately."

    Hope you feel rested and recharged for the week. :)


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