A Game Plan and A Barn

This week will be as busy as the last!  At least I had the weekend to catch my breath a bit.  I have a few busy days at the Office, then I am headed south.

My Dad is having shoulder surgery tomorrow and Mom is trying to get ready for the Nebraska State Fair.  She is showing Southdown Sheep again this year. 

As the old adage goes, when it rains, it pours.  I’m glad I can take a few days to go home and lend an extra hand.  It’s also a good chance to take a break from blogging.

I will see ya next week with lots of pictures and a recap of our adventure.  Yes, Molly gets to go to Nebraska too.  Unfortunately, the Hubby has to stay home and work.

Check back tomorrow for a little Wordless Wednesday inspiration before I go on break.

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8 Responses to A Game Plan and A Barn

  1. Kim says:

    Enjoy your time with your family!

  2. Allison says:

    Thank you for stopping by, Love your site, great pics!

  3. Oh I hope all goes well with your father’s surgery. Thanks so much for all your sweet comments on my blog…it makes me want to continue. Enjoy your stay away. “see ya” when you return.

  4. Candy C. says:

    I’m glad you are able to go home and help your folks! 🙂
    I like that barn, very tidy and well cared for!

    • Robyn says:

      Candy and Deanna,
      Thanks for your kind thoughts. I am sure it will be a buys trip. I am thankful I have the chance to help.

  5. Aunt Linda says:

    Enjoy your trip home. I am sure your Dad will miss “schmoozing” at the State Fair. Best of luck to your Mom with her lambs at the fair…is she doing her sheepherder thing? Now I know why I have not heard from her in the last few days. Have fun!

    • Robyn says:

      Yes, Mom has been busy with the sheep. They have been working on getting some cattle things tied up before today also. Mom found Dad a good companion for Saturday. I hope I get a chance to say HI to him.

      Thanks for the well wishes.

  6. Karen says:

    I love the texture in your second barn picture! Have a good trip!

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