2. I don't buy wine very often. I do like wine though. We are having some of my husbands out of town family over for a BBQ tomorrow and I wanted to pick up some wine for it in case some one wanted something besides beer. I have to admit I picked both of these based on the label. My sister in law is also a cowgirl so I think she will really appreciate the one on the right and well I am a red headed middle sister so I couldn't resist the one on the left :)
Here is what I wrote:
I grew up on Indian Creek Ranch east of Billings learning to hate grasshoppers, fires and democrats and learning to love the cool early mornings of summer, the smell of rain, rain in general really, long days in the saddle and baby calves. I was blessed with being put to work driving hay trucks, swathers, and old trucks with temperamental brakes. The work ethic I learned on the ranch has carried through and when I started in the operating room at the Billings Clinic twelve and a half years ago as a registered nurse I got a lot of comments about how I must have been raised on a farm or ranch because I was such a hard worker. This can in part be attributed to something my Dad taught me and I quote "Don't just stand there with your thumb up your @$$, look around and find something to do. Always something that needs doing."
I will have been married to Rance seven years this November and we make our home north of the family ranch. I am so happy to have my parents, grandmother, many Aunts, siblings, and wonderful neighbors around, and willing to watch my two kids Cade (5) and Avery (4) while I pursue my running habit. I did my first half marathon two years ago and my first marathon on July 8th in Missoula finishing in just under four hours. I am so excited to be representing Team Beef this year at the local races I have done and Hood to Coast coming up. I do occasional blog posts on my running blog promoting beef and love educating the other runners from around the country and Canada I interact with via my blog about the health benefits of beef and the lifestyle in general.
Rance has his own fencing business and when not fencing helps with a lot of riding for my Dad and brother. I work at the Billings Clinic Outpatient Surgery Center three days a week. When not at work I can be found running the dirt roads with my 5-H stockdog Cola, taking my kids and their cousins on adventures on the ranch, or pretending to clean my house. Cola prefers to run wherever the cows are and I am just happy to be out in the wide open spaces putting one foot in front of the other.
what do you think? I am wondering if it is a little vague.