May was such an interesting month for me. On one hand I felt like I didn’t really have much going … Continue reading May Overview
Yesterday I said good bye to my employment status at Wilco Farm Stores.
It was the saddest and hardest work good bye I have ever had to do. Continue reading My Saddest Work Good Bye
For those of you who don’t know, I just accepted a new position with the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association located in Salem, Oregon; aka the Capitol. The way everything happened for the position was a crazy turn of events but I look forward to the opportunity to work in a job that allows me the opening to give voice through both my own voice and through my words for Oregon’s ranchers. Continue reading OCA Midyear 2016
I am impatient. I am an impatient human being. I pride myself on being able to run fast, to talk … Continue reading The Queen of Fast; Patiently Waiting
I was fortunate enough to get to go to Wasilla, Alaska in the beginning of May as a part of my travels as the 2016 Miss Rodeo Oregon. It was such an amazing opportunity because it was a place that I never thought I would get to go and this is why these state titles are so amazing with their endless opportunities. Stay tuned for my self-proclaimed humorous thoughts on Alaska from my Oregonian perspective! Continue reading Alaska Updates by the Oregonian
In order to get the most out of life you’ve got to make it a challenge; constantly push yourself to … Continue reading Thriving on the Borderline of Insanity
I live in a lifetime where the most patriotic thing we see is Captain America in the Avenger’s movies. My guy friends scoff at Chris Evan’s character, laughing at his old fashioned manners, polite-gentleman-like behavior and respect for women while my gal friends literally swoon every time he’s on screen. We can’t even begin to comprehend what it was like to be alive and to be a part of society as The Greatest Generation.
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