Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Turkey Time

We had a turkey injectin' PARtay!

Everyone was pretty interested.

Seriously how could you go wrong, injecting a turkey with 5 lbs of butter and seasonings. YUM

KD put Coey to work!

He tried to make me. I was good for about 5 shots and I said ok this is man's job.

I hope everyone gobbled 'til they wobbled.

TX Tech -vs- Weber State

Tech played Weber State and the cool part is that Linc's cousin plays for Weber.
Pake went to the game with the Rousseau crew. They even had purple shirts.

Notice Pake has his Tech jacket over the purple tshirt.

All the kids looked cute in purple, rootin' for their cousin.

Gotta love the Red Raiers though.

Gotta love the Masked Rider too!

Even Judy loved the game and was a Tech fan even if it was just for a day. I'm trying to convince her that red and black is much prettier than that dirty ole burnt orange.
Also, on this day, I took my Special Education Supplemental EXcET test.
I finally got the results and.........
Guess what??? I PASSED, I PASSED!!!!! I'm so excited and relieved!

Monday, November 22, 2010

Judy's First Rodeo

Can yall believe Judy Bug has NEVER been to a rodeo?

Well I'm proud to say, I got to take her to her FIRST!
We got to see Riley carry the flag,

and ride a bronc, too!

Sandhill Cattle Co. had a good time in the pennin'!

Bryce Chapman put on a great trick ropin' show too!

We got to see Mimi and Papa and Aunt Pat!

Best of all I finally got to see baby RENO again,

and his Momma, my favorite sis!

Plus, cousins got to see cousins, and what could be better than all that?!

Sunday, November 14, 2010

I'm Still Talking 'bout Cotton

Cotton harvest is over! It's done! We're relieved! BUT I must say this
year will definetly go down in the books as one of the most memorable.
I'm pretty sure this picture isn't anything special, but I thought it was kinda cool.
See they run at night, sometimes until 1 or 2 a.m. So usually when I take supper, it's dark.

Tate hung out with Flat Freddy in the module builder.
Everytime we moved equipment he had a flat! So the boys named him Flat Freddy.

My youngest.... he didn't get any chocolate chip cookies on this night.

Junior and my oldest who is Mr. Cotton Module Pro.

This kid likes to work.... I just hope it stays that way!

This is a view from the cab of the module builder.

I always knew which stripper was my hubby, because of the American flag.

One Saturday I got them all three running. I can't think of anything much prettier!

We had more fun moving pickups and taking supper to the guys.
I want to thank Traci, Julie and Coey for helping every night! Yall are awesome!