A Change of Pace

Greetings,

I have decided to quit blogging. This has not been an easy choice, but one I’ve been considering for over a year. I have been blogging for 7-8 years and enjoy doing it. This has been my creative outlet and I love sharing my photography, life happenings, good reads and recipes. But, it’s time for a change. I’ll still be on facebook with my personal page to share photographs and a few adventures.

 

Thank you for sharing in this adventure by following The Ranch Wife Chronicles and leaving comments. I appreciate your support and feedback. I have greatly enjoyed “meeting” many ranch/farm wives and learning about agriculture in different areas of the country. I’ve become real life friends with a few women I meet through blogging and hope to meet more of you!

I wish you the very best and am blessed to have the opportunity to share my life, ranch life and everything in between.

Ranch Wife Robyn

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20 Responses to A Change of Pace

  1. Kim's County Line says:

    This may be goodbye to the blog, but I still look forward to connecting through Facebook and email. I’m so glad to have “met” you through your blog, and I appreciate the friendship we share. Thanks for serving as a wonderful “ag-vocate,” Robyn! I know you will continue those efforts in new and exciting ways.

  2. Alica says:

    Ah, Robyn! A hard choice, I’m sure…one I’ve toyed with myself but haven’t been able/willing to give it up yet! I’ve enjoying following along, and hope to still see you on Facebook! Best wishes!

  3. Always love to see your beautiful pictures and am glad that you plan to continue to share them on Facebook. I hope that your travels bring you back by Cozad someday for a visit!

    Take care,
    Anne

    • Robyn says:

      Thank You, Anne! I would love to come see you again. I am lucky your are one of the inspirational bloggers that I have met in real life. I enjoy your posts on family, life, agriculture and community. I know you have been going though some changes and know that you are going through them with grace and faith. Keep up your good work.

  4. Looking forward to keeping in touch via Facebook. I have enjoyed your posts and your photography. Best of wishes in the next great adventure.

  5. Buttons says:

    I am sending you hugs and want to thank you for all you have given all of us. It is a difficult thing to blog and live a busy life this I know as I juggle all the time too. I have slowed down so much and almost stopped a few times. Life is full of so many adventures and sitting behind a computer keeps you from exploring.. I will miss you and will indeed keep in touch. You are an amazing woman and I wish you all great things in your non-blogging life. Love Grace hugs B

    • Robyn says:

      Miss Buttons,

      I appreciate you so much. Your outreach to me when I was going through miscarriages was priceless. I enjoy your perspective on life and writing. I have full intentions to keep in touch with you and send you spontaneous stuff in the mail.

  6. Darcy Sexson says:

    Thanks for sharing your life and experiences with us! A tough decision I’m sure, after so much time poured into this great little spot on the internet – but I know that time in the future will be spent well. 🙂

    • Robyn says:

      Darcy,
      I’ve enjoyed your friendship through blogging and want to meet you in real life! I enjoy your blog posts and seeing how your boys have become part of your ag life. The way your are raising your kids is just like my parents did with Sister and I. Kids, ranch/farm life and livestock is an awesome combination. Keep up the good work you do at home and as an “ag-vocate.”

  7. Jan says:

    I’m sure it was a hard decision to leave your blog, Robyn. Looking forward to keeping in touch with you through FB and hope you will continue to share your pictures. You are a very gifted photographer and enjoy your pictures so very much. FB is the only I have of keeping in touch with you now that we have moved.

  8. Diane says:

    Will miss your cool pictures and articles. Please look us up when visiting your sister!

    • Robyn says:

      Diane,
      I’ll still share picts on Facebook. J has sent me out to check cattle yesterday and this morning and I have a few pretty autumn shots.

      We are thinking a family gathering mid November at Mick’s house. I’ll let you know more details when we have a better plan. 🙂

  9. Sorry to see you go dear one. May your life be filled with joy as you continue your life journey.

    • Robyn says:

      Deanna,
      I have been inspired by your photography! For someone your age to embrace photography and technology and then combine the two is awesome! You have an amazing eye for pictures. You and I seem to enjoy the same books and authors too. I hope to keep in touch via Facebook. 🙂

  10. Janelle says:

    So glad you will be sharing your pictures on facebook! Enjoyed reading your posts! Glad to know I can still hear about your adventures in person on a regular basis!
    Love you bunches, Robyn!

  11. Madge Bloom says:

    I SO understand your difficult decision, I hadn’t posted in 9 months and have a couple times in the last several weeks. But my frequency over the past several years has slowed down to a dribble compared to the 6 or 7 days a week that I posted for about 7 or 8 years. I am not sure if I will officially close my bog altogether, but it just isn’t a driving force anymore, it takes a great deal of time and energy to keep up. God bless you and I’ll still be seeing you on Facebook. Hugs.

  12. Frank Shobe says:

    Hi Robyn,
    While I am personally feel a loss because I always found your blog interesting, your decision must be respected. It is not difficult to see where the repetitive, routine demands of preparing your blog were at odds with the ever-evolving, but always demanding, tasks of caring for ranch, home & Jim.
    Your writings are always entertaining, and your photography is outstanding. For some reason, every time I read your reference to “skirt-work”, it made me smile, and I have always wondering what your descriptive term was for other ranch chores :)??
    Thanks for all the effort you put into the blog, and please accept my wishes for best of luck going forward.

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