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Life on the Front Range.

There are days that I wish I were someone different. Not because I don't want to be me, but because I so badly want to be the Pioneer Woman in Oklahoma, or a Janette Oke character, or like, Laura Ingalls Wilder. I think I am obsessed with nature, and living in it. Don't misunderstand me though... I LOVE nature, but I don't want to be a tree-hugging hippy. Maybe just a peaceful God-fearing nature girl. Really, who doesn't want to live on the prairie in Montana--Big Sky Country? Or, Isn't that every girl's dream to live in a log cabin on the plains of North Dakota? You know, Live on a ranch with her stud-of-a-husband cowboy who ropes wild mustangs, and brands cattle each year on a crisp, cool morning watching the sun rise over the mountains while sipping on a gigantic cup of tea? Well, I don't know... maybe that is just my dream. Somedays, like now, I pretend that's my life :) It is bliss.

 I'm a dreamer. Like my husband... what more can I say? We love WIDE OPEN SPACES!


mom-suzy said…
Whew!...beautiful photos!

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