Sunday, October 21, 2012

city girl in
big sky country!

Five years ago, I started my journey, moving here to Big Sky Montana. I had all these ideas of what life would be like. Well, of course, things are never the way you thought they would be. Somethings are much better than I ever could have imagined, and some things that I imagined, were just totally so unrealistic for REAL ranch life! After all, how would a City Girl from an area with over 4 million people have a clue what it would be like to live in Montana. This state has less than 1 million people! 
(Do you know I have to drive 2 1/2 hours to get to Costco! Oh, sorry, I digress...)

Anyway, am I the perfect Cowgirl?
"Riding my Horse on the Range"? 
No, truth is, being a Cowgirl is more about Raising Healthy Cows
Am I a fabulous horse back rider?
...ummm...not so much, 
but it turns out you don't have to be! 
        Here's a NEWS FLASH! 
So my point is, I'm still here. I'm not  perfect, and I am definitely in the "In between stages" of creating my Cowgirl Life. 

But I'm doing it! 
I'm living My Dream! 
And that's what really matters!


  1. Love reading about the realities of living your dream. Such a brave move!

  2. Thanks for checking me out! Yes, you only live once, so...

  3. I grew up in Montana and lived in the country and feel that you are definitely the woman!!! Way to go on your new exciting life and I am in awe of someone who can make the changes that you did. You are not afraid of anything. I'll be reading more about you to see your progress.
    A fellow flyer.


  4. Thanks ! Christy! How encouraging! It means a lot to know you grew up here and get it! I will check out your blog too!
    Let's keep up the flying together!

  5. Hi Jeana! Fellow Flyer here :) Great blog! I am looking forward to reading and seeing about your awesome new experiences and adventures here. It's fun to get glimpses of others lives that are different from your own. And then to read and find out we are all still so much alike on the inside as women:). This is great! Good luck on your endeavors!
    Shelly Jack