About Me.

Hi there!

I'm Darcy. 


You know, it's really hard to write a description about yourself,
because while I'd like to think I'm all of that and a bag 'o beans,

I'm not.
 
I'm not polished, or anywhere near perfect.
I'm clumsy, I usually knock the table when I sit down with a group, and I stumble on my words sometimes.

I'm just me. 
Living the best way that I can.

We're cattle people, and we sure enjoy the industry and the people in it.

You can usually find me at work in the Umatilla Farm Service Agency office where I'm a County Executive Director, at our small acreage where we raise a few Charolais, at an AI project, or at a livestock function.

I try to smile a lot.
I try to laugh a lot.
And I try to love a lot.

At brandings you'll usually find me working on the ground crew.
I don't usually ride and I don't know how to rope, but I do know how to wield a syringe.



I'm an OSU grad, a Beavers fan, a Republican, and I drive a Ford.

I love being a wife to my husband Clint.  He's pretty much the best husband I could ever ask for.


In 2016, I received one of the best gifts ever when I became a mom to Chandler.




And then in 2017, our sweet Calvin was born and now our little family is complete!




I take pictures with a Canon Rebel Clint gave to me at Christmas a few years ago, and owe any ounce of skill behind the camera to my good friend Lindsay.

 I usually wear running pants and tennis shoes whenever I work outside.   Because I've done my fair share of laundry -
and manure always comes out of running pants on the first wash.

Hey - A girl's gotta help herself out where she can.
Plus, ummm hello - elastic waistband!  Need I say more?

I like to cook, I don't exactly love to clean,
but I make sure my floors are mopped every month before Bunco.

So that's me.  Well, sort of.  As much as you can fit in a few words on a screen.

Thanks for stopping by my blog. 
I sure enjoy writing on it, and hope you enjoy the glimpses into our everyday life. 

Take care!
Darcy

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"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming 'Wow - What a Ride!'"

3 comments:

  1. I love this! True in every way! Keep shining friend!!

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  2. I agree; bios are so hard, but loved learning more about you! Maybe our paths will cross some day and we'll meet in person.

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  3. Love your blog! You are inspiring me to start blogging again!!

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