No. She has a job as an extension agent here in Juab county south east of us an hour. So they will live in her apartment and keep going to school. Then will spend a year in Logan Utah finishing their degrees at Utah State University. But I bet they may end up in Idaho later.Good deal H.
Are they moving to Idaho?
Ya know there weren’t??? I had a tough day Thursday getting everything ready. I went up to check my cows and about had a come apart. But i woke up Friday and I felt a overwhelming strength. It stayed with me all weekend. I am fairly confident it was a 6’4” cowboy with huge hands who provided that strength. I truly feel we gained a son Friday. He treats her like a queen and they are best friends. He is what I prayed she would find in her mate. Or maybe I am finally toughening up? (I don’t even believe that)Awesome, but there were some tears at that reading!
Wow, that is an eye opener! How long has it been since I posted on here. Congratulations to all involved. Sorry about your dad.Some of y’all are aware that my only daughter is getting married tomorrow. It’s plumb crazy to think she is old enough to be doing that. But she found herself a fine young man and we think the world of him and his family. I’ll start this thread and add pictures to it as we go along. It’s a bittersweet moment for sure. Still awful raw from losing my Dad. And excited for Hailey as she starts a new chapter in her life. Life is a wild ride. Appreciate y’all maybe thinking of Mrs H and I tomorrow. She won’t let me get tore up drunk so maybe a prayer or six would be awesome. I reckon this is why we raise our kids- to see them hopefully turn into good people and make good choices. I’m more than blessed in that department for sure. The maternal side of my kids pedigree is definitely due most of the credit. My plan is to dig a spur as deep as I can get a hold. Pull my hat down and holler “Outside”. Or I may just pass out and lay there a while.
Either way, I’ll keep y’all posted. Sooner or later