Oh hey…remember me?

Ok. So it’s only been since April. Forgive me? Ok good. Glad we got that out of the way.

If you haven’t noticed, which I’m sure you have because my readers are the best, my blog has a new look. It’s a work in progress.

20120712-153032.jpg My sister believes in warning people when she’s cleaning her room.

So since my absence from the blogosphere, a lot has happened. Since there’s entirely too much to cover in detail in a single blog post, I’ll give you the highlights, with details on some stories to come later.

First, I graduated college! I am now a college graduate. That sounds so weird. I didn’t trip walking across the stage, I smiled funny during the picture, and the ceremony took 2 1/2 hours. Pretty typical college graduation.

Since graduation, I’ve been spending the summer back home doing a variety of activities to keep myself busy. There has been a lot of quality time spent with our heifers and cows. You will see lots of pictures of them in the future.

West Texas sunsets and cows. Can you get any better than that?

My favorite part of the summer however, was the Texas Cowboy Reunion Rodeo. Held on the first weekend of July, the TCR is the biggest event in my hometown each year, and provides some excellent photo ops.

Other than graduation and getting ready to move to an entirely new state, the past few months have passed with relative calmness. Other than that 2 weeks of painting a barn, a month of campaigning all over West Texas, and that sort of thing… But those stories are to come!

Also to come: with a new view comes new topics! In addition to lots and lots more pictures, you can look forward to lots of agricultural topics to be discussed, and tales from a Transplanted Texan, as I make my way through graduate school and life in a new state.

So feel free to share topic ideas, and ideas about the new look and be looking for lots of updates to come soon!

One response to “Oh hey…remember me?

  1. It’s great to see you back and blogging! I know my own blog has seen unsteady attention, at best. Having gone through a similar adventure (except my big move was for work instead of grad school) I can tell you, it’s such a great experience.

    Challenging your comfort zone is such a rewarding feeling. And I know you’re going to kick tail and be downright fantastic…because, let’s face it, that’s what you are. Good luck, Jessica!

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