When we first arrived we were hoping for taller grass. It is green and growing, but still short.
I got the chance to take my favorite horse out for a ride. Buddy may be homely with his winter coat, but my mustang is always a sweet ride for me.
Mark and I also spent time walking one side of our fence line. We took photos of the bad spots, so we can remember where they are and go back with supplies.
I usually only photograph the lovely. This back yard is not so lovely now and we did not get a chance to do a thing with it as my activities were cut short as I got an acute abscess of a tooth over the Easter weekend. My dentist was out of town too. Monday, his receptionist took pity on my sobbing and found me a dentist to remove the necrotic tissue and I was much better. This week was shot though because I was exhausted from the lack of sleep I got over the weekend. Worst pain I think I have ever experienced.
This little guy has apparently had a rough time too. He's missing part of his head and his hat. But he's got his guns and his boots are still on. All's not lost.
We too, are adjusting to this crazy life of going back and forth between two loves. The ranch and my parents. Sometimes in life you just have to go with what comes and make the best of it.
Until Next Time!