I’m back!

Let me tell you, moving every once in a blue moon is a total pain that throws the largest wrench of disorder into my never-on-time-and-always-scatterbrained lifestyle I live. So you can imagine my mental clarity when I mention how moving three times in two weeks can really fog up a person’s to-do list. Thank goodness for Apple and the billions of apps that are catered towards minds like mine who battle ADHD on a daily basis, or I would lose my head if it wasn’t screwed on tightly. I apologize for the long hiatus that was not on purpose, but I have at least three post ideas that will probably just all be published this week. Again, sorry for the long break! I am still getting settled so there will not be a┬átentative┬áschedule, because we all know that even if I was settled, I would still be late for something! Thanks for the patience and I have the best readers in the world!

 

Shelby!

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New Addition: Thoughtful Thursdays

Announcing a new addition to The Rancher’s Daughter: Thoughtful Thursdays! Basically I have taken my love (obsession) with psychology and intermeshed it with my love (obsession) for agriculture. Since I decided that moving back to Boise was the best idea for me at the time, I have had this intense feeling of loss because Boise State doesn’t have an agriculture program. So, naturally I went with my other natural instinct: psychology. But, living a life were one is non-existent makes me sick to my stomach, I am set to figure out a way to have the best of both worlds. It then occurred to me that I have an incredible gift that can channel and explain things about agriculture and our perceptions of them, as well as the opposing side’s own viewpoints. So, I hereby declare every Thursday (okay, not EVERY Thursday, but most) Thoughtful Thursday in which we will dive into the depths of the agriculture brain and try and play connect the dots. There is a good chance that I am the only one fascinated by this idea, but it’ll be here and you can take what you want and leave the rest.

 

Shelby