After a rough winter day what is there to do besides nap?
The snow doesn't stop Hemi from nosing around the yard. He might not be able to see much of anything but he can smell and touch it.
During one of the winter storms we were watching the news. Zach Paul came on t.v. and Hemi sat up to listen to the weather report. I sent this picture to Zach...he loved it!
Back in the day they were called self portraits and they were fun. Now they are called selfies and everyone is doing them. We were doing self portraits before self portraits were cool. I found one of myself when I was in 5th or 6th grade. It was taken with a little instamatic camera. Oh the memories!
Thomas the indoor/outdoor cat.
When I get home from work, this is the view out of my mirror. Laramie and Misty waiting on me. :-)
Hemi's footprint with the hard little snow that looks like that overpriced Dip-n-Dots.
I stomped out a heart for Brian...
On the nice evenings I enjoyed spending time with the horses...oh how I missed them!
My youngest sister got married and we had a family weekend. This is probably the best group of people you will ever see in a courthouse! Ha ha!
Left to right: My Mom, Me, My Sis and her new hubby, and hubby's brother.
Other sisters, brother, cousins, aunts, and friends are all behind us.
The day after the wedding we had a gathering at one of my others sisters place. I didn't get to shoot guns - I didn't have the strength to hold it up (they were not too keen on me balancing it on the top of my forearm....hee hee) but the others got to shoot. This is my awesome Auntie LuLu from Phoenix, AZ. It was a little chilly here for her. :-)
Before they let her cut loose, she got instruction from my other sisters husband, Tom.
On the way to the shooting area we got to visit the young steers.
Everyone hanging out at the shooting area.
Me and my Auntie LuLu.
The new bride showing her stuff.
The Gasconade River....
Me and my niece Shawnee...
Brian shooting clay pigeons...
The opening of the cave...
It is a small opening that opens up into a very large room, then it goes back a ways into what I call a mature traditional cave with stalagmites and tites. It really is beautiful! We did not go all the way in this time.
My sister - the one who owns the place. Yes, I have a sister with a cave! :-)
View from the inside out....
Self portrait with my wonderful husband, Brian.
Self portrait with my Mom...
My brother and one of his sons getting ready to shoot. I loved watching them together. :-)
Zephyr is eating with the others....this is a big deal. She still makes faces but not as much as she used to.
Up to this point, this was the biggest flock of geese that flew over...
Our silly family!
Left to right by age (I am the oldest): Me, Kim, Kandi, Kisha (new bride) and my brother Wade. My Mom is in the front. I love this picture of her because this is a real laugh...we had a great day!
The new bride and her husband. They are so happy!
All five of us kids and our spouses (minus one), and my Mom and her Hubby.
My sisters and brother. We don't get together very often, so this was a treat.
February came and went...and it was good. It is hard to believe spring is right around the corner.
Until later...Karen and Tripp who says he hopes it is a really really big corner...he is enjoying the break!