Feeding with the Hubby

When Jason feeds the horses that are close to the house, every now and then I am able to go along. I love these times. Being able to go and watch him work, and to just be with him for a couple of minutes is a wonderful thing to me. A moment in time where I get him all to myself. A moment that I should probably enjoy in silence, savoring our quiet moments together outside. Ya, you all know me, I like to talk. He doesn’t get a quiet feeding time when he takes me along. He gets the how-many-questions-can-she-cram-into-5-minutes feeding time. Poor guy!

In a quest to be quiet, I pulled out the camera.

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I’m glad you came along! ( Jason thanks you for being quieter than me.)



20 thoughts on “Feeding with the Hubby

  1. Hey! I’m so glad I found your blog! We are planning on moving back to Montana (again… been there 3 times…. long story. I did understand your “A trip down the rutted road” post)
    in the late summer, early fall before winter comes, Lord willing.
    It’s so nice to “see” Montana again first hand through your blog. 🙂
    I’d love to chat with you via email. Is there a way to contact you?

    Janet….. mamachildress

      • Hi Bobbie! Can you believe it… I’m not on FB. 🙂 Seriously, I can spend way more time online than I need to as it is! That is why I’ve not signed up.
        Is there a way I can contact you so I don’t have to write my life story here in the comments section? 🙂
        I do have a blog if you want to go over and take a peek to make sure I’m not a weirdo! 🙂 Countrylivingmama.blogspot.com
        And we currently live in TX. We used to live in Great Falls and then our last time was spent in Cascade which is right outside of GF.

        Hope to chat with you soon!

  2. One thing’s for sure… It looks awfully cold! And were you put to work, too? 🙂 Lovely photos… I particularly like the one where the straw was in focus but the cattle in the background were not. Really nice. (And poor Jason! LOL)

    • Yes, he made me work! Perhaps he was thinking it would freeze my tongue! LOL The picture of the straw in focus is actually my favorite, and it was soooo cold that morning! Like 6 degrees without the windchill cold! 🙂 It’s a good thing that talking warms a person up. 😉

  3. I would love to do that! Just call on me when there’s no snow, m’kay?

    Love that horse shot. Very seasonal and regional all at once. I love your photo posts, Bobbie. Please do more for me.

    PS — Sorry to have been away so long. It’s been crazy here. Miss you.

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