July lists 1-5

Here are my first five list for July.  In June MIL, SIL, BIL, and I did a list for everyday.  We continued in the month of July.  Here are the first list for July.

July 1-Favorite childhood memories of July 4
1. Fourth of July family parties out at Grandma’s house
2. Time the volunteers fire department (including my dad) took care of firecrackers being thrown at little kids and being ignored with warnings by filling up their car they were throwing them from with water
3. Swimming during the day
4. Whole block firework shows
5. Time firecracker chased mom and she dropped Brother and ran
6. Waiting on dark

July 2-Favorite movies
1. The proposal
2.  All Fast and Ferious movies
3. Cars
4. The Blind Side
5. Pure Country
6. The Horse Whisper
7. McClintock
8. Monte Walsh
9. The Quick and The Dead

July 3-Books to read this summer
1. Kiss Me-Susan Mallery
2. Thrill Me-Susan Mallery
3. Robyn Carr’s New Thunder point book
4. Debbie Macomber Cedar Cove series reread
5. The horse whisper
6. The two books I’m on hold for out of Bella Andre Sullivan Series

July 4-Why I love my country
1. Has thousands of miles of beautiful countryside
2. Is protected by soldiers willing to give up their life for me
3. Small town life
4. Thanksgiving day

July 5- Sundays are for…
1. Laundry
2. Time with Wrangler
3. Time with horses
4. Swimming
5. Cookout
6. Being outdoors
7. Getting the truck ready for another week

The next week list
July 6-How I would describe my style
July 7-Favorite art/craft supplies
July 8-Wishful thinking
July 9-Things I have lost
July 10-Pet peeves
July 11-The question I would love to ask but don’t
July 12-Names of streets I’ve lived on

AS Mrs. Wrangler

Yesterday

Yesterday was a good day.  It started at four thirty in the semi to go eighty miles to unload.  There were no waits or problems.

Than we stopped in town twenty miles from home on the way home.  Our little cowboy friend met us in town to run some errands.  We went to Wal-Mart.  The best time to go is at eight in the morning.  It was dead and I did not get mad at anyone. We caught up with a couple of our friends.  We got two used stock tanks for the horses.  Than it was time to come home.

Once home Wrangler and little cowboy went to pull a semi that ran out of fuel within a mile of town in.  I started to get a few more things ready for the meal.  Wrangler put a brisket on the smoker at one.  It was so good for the first brisket he has ever done.  The neighbor girl and I made a strawberry no bake cake and cut watermelon.  Little cowboy got the pies that he and the other neighbor brought cooked.  All that was left for me to do was to pull back the husks on the corn and remove the silks and add butter. Than put them on the grill.

Yesterday we did our Saturday things plus we relaxed and visited more.  At eight we ate supper.  By nine thirty the males had to light fireworks off even though it was not dark yet.  After a two hour show everyone quickly picked up and left.  I have a fridge full of food so I do not have to cook today.

Hope everyone had a good Fourth if July as well.

AS Mrs. Wrangler