Cowboys wife  

rm_Bct2Esi 51M/50F
998 posts
1/7/2006 1:56 pm
Cowboys wife

Well for all of you who have emailed me, and asked where I have been. I have been getting my 2006 in perpespective...eg So with that being said, here is something that I wrote years ago.

You know your a Cowboy's Wife When.......

1. You give up a morning of time to yourself, to hlep yourspouse chase cows, or mend a fence.

2. Your awaken after midnight from cold feet being putunder the covers and your hear, "warm them up they're cold."

3. You see the inside of a restaurant once a month, if you're lucky and live close to civilization.

4. Your "rolls royce" is a 20 year old ranch truck that's held together by muc, packed haychaff and bailing wire.

5. Your ball gown is a pair of Wranglers and a Western cut shirt.

6. Your glass slippers are a pair of Roper boots.

7. You're going out to check the cow, only to pass yourself going back in.

8. A night with no electricity is considered a romatic night by fire and candle light.

9. A night out on the town is a trip to the calving barn or hayfield with your spouse.

10. Your husgands dirty clothes consists of haychaff, after birth, latest vaccine, penicillin, iodine, ear tag ink and grease.


hugs smiles

1988(c)by bct2esi
the picture of sprky and I is ours

the silly story is one that I wrote and is also copyrighted by me 1995(c)bct2esi



rm_Bct2Esi 51M/50F
1375 posts
1/10/2006 2:13 pm

jojo, yep it was a very tough living, that is why we can't afford to go back to it, if that makes any sense. We soo truly enjoyed it, I was like you, if I wasn't feeding or mending the fences, I was cooking actually at the brandings. NO WAY were you going to get me in the middle of all that...ewwwwwwww

Put me on the tractor bailing or cutting the hay, right along my husband bucking the bails if the stack wagon was broke. Daumn I miss that, but, the only way this girl is going back to the ranch life is if its mine...LOL

hugs and smiles


rm_Bct2Esi 51M/50F
1375 posts
1/10/2006 2:11 pm

pleasure......thank you, I know the feeling of being transplanted, yes we miss the ranch life, at times I do not appreciate the fact that our closest neighbor is less then 25 yards away. We enjoyed the peace and quiet, sometimes and the only noise was from the animals

It does make you value alot of things in life

hugs and smiles


rm_jojoyoyojojo 56M
73 posts
1/10/2006 9:07 am

I have a friend that has a cattle ranch and I volunteer out there every chance I get! I don't ride so I'm usually the clod standing in Sh*t cutting animals or sticking the needle in them. I told them I have a moral objection to yanking nads! That's where I draw the line! But U don't mind feeding when it's below zero and 2 feet deep or getting the puller out or any of that other stuff. But I'm no cowboy and I admit it it. Ya I have a pickemup but no cowboy boots. I just like to be out there.

Tough way to make a living but this year they were looking at a buck and a quarter at the sale yard so it was a good year.


pleasureyourclit 66M
836 posts
1/9/2006 12:56 pm

I think this fits here as well as the other post!

I grew up in the country but I’ve been transplanted into a small town but country living teaches you to appreciate the simple things in life and the true valve of friendship.


rm_Bct2Esi 51M/50F
1375 posts
1/9/2006 5:04 am

Oldman...it was, it was an awesome experience

Ncik...you truly should post it

There is more where this one came from

When you are married to a cowboy you had better see the humor in it

hugs and smiles


NickRules999 39M
9462 posts
1/8/2006 9:30 pm

LOL That is funny.

My sister in law had emailed me a "You might be a Mormon" list a while ago. I might have deleted it, coz I can't find it anywhere. But I remember a few of them. I'll post it on my blog. LOL

Come into my realm! You aren't afraid...are you?


rm_Bct2Esi 51M/50F
1375 posts
1/8/2006 7:24 pm

MY Sprky, well I am sure that you are sitting right there watching me out the corner of your eye, I am fighting tears at this very moment. I have no idea how I was ever blessed with you, I thank the guy upstairs for it daily You are my light when I can't see, my warmth when I am cold, my nourishment when i am feeling week

God I am so thankful that I held that gun to your head and made you Marry Me...LOL

then, now, always and forever
your
sb


oldman1776 78M
3164 posts
1/8/2006 7:22 pm

Sounds like the good life to me.

I been in town to damn long.


rm_Bct2Esi 51M/50F
1375 posts
1/8/2006 7:21 pm

swsunset....oh I enjoyed our time on the ranch It was a great way to raise our children and they still remember it to this day Some memories are just to good to not remember

{{{Katey}}} very true, the hope on the wind, was sometimes a little nasty smelling hehehehe

Deepthroat...we were, when miss the ranch life sometimes, haven't been there for 10 years now

hug and smiles


rm_SprkyCplLv69 57M/50F
32 posts
1/8/2006 1:25 pm

After re reading that entry and seeing the pic of us 3 days after we married it reminds me of why i love you so much after 18 yrs of bliss ty darlin for all the good times had and all those still to come


Deepthroat215 52M
328 posts
1/8/2006 7:54 am

You are living the good life, trust me!


rm_SWSunset64 51F
3940 posts
1/7/2006 5:47 pm

I know what you are talking about. I'm not the wife of a cowboy, but I did grow up on a farm. There is nothing like bringing a newborn calf into the house on the night it is born and having to bottle feed it.


FINE AS WINE IN 2009!
SWSunset64


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