Bob & Georgia, walking buddies.
Well folks it's been five years since I started this blog and boy what a good time it's been. I've enjoyed sharing my life on Pebble Lane with you all. I can't believe the friends that I have made and the old friends that are still a huge part of my life. (I love you Lisa's!) No need to string this out. It's kind of sad but I think Cowgirl Goods has had a good run. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU to all of you that have been loyal readers and fans.
I really do love winter. I get to visit places in the woods that I can't visit in the summer. I spend a lot of time outside in the winter. If you put on the right clothes it's easy and I have all the right clothes.
There is not a heck of a lot going on around here either. Time to recharge my batteries, take a nap, hybernate a bit, enjoy the quietness of the snow and break some new trails. So I might not be posting as much, just wanted you all to know that. Happy New Year!
Happy New Year! They seem to come around faster and they seem to all run together don't they? I don't know about you but doesn't 1996-2009 all kind of seem the same? I'm rambling, I have no resolutions. Well maybe one or two, you know the ones, eat well and be nice resolutions. Other than that, just keep truckin on. Life is going to toss you lemons and limes no matter what. Be nice to yourself and others. Cheers!
Twenty seven years ago we got married. No, this isn't our wedding picture. It just made us laugh because we were married in a log cabin surrounded by a few friends and family. It doesn't matter we just know we are pretty darn proud of the fact. Our wedding day was a day like today. A gorgeous sunny very cold winter day. It could be the reason I love them so much. We are off to do what we do best.....have a little adventure.
Side note: Banner photo will return in a day or two.......
Photo from Modern Hepburn
Sorry to my vegetarian friends if this bums you out a bit. But I'm a lover of all things pork and yes I love pigs too. I love the circle of food and appreciate those who are taking it on in the traditional way and respecting the process. All that justification aside, I LOVE PORK!
I'm planning our Christmas dinner menu. This year we are cooking up a whole bunch of yummy Tex-Mex food. So I see a smokin' Big Green Egg with a big ole pork butt roasting away in our future....YUM. What's on your menu?? Oh and check out Modern Hepburn, her photos are wicked cool. Happy cooking!