Little ones

One thing I love about delivering to farmers and ranchers is the little ones we see. I was once a little one who was dad’s sidekick. I grew up in a tractor and truck, the pick-up checking cows, in front of dad on the 4 wheeler, behind dad on the horse. It’s a good way for kids to grow up. I loved my upbringing. If my dad did not die when I was in high school Wrangler and I would be farming not trucking. Dad was suppose to end up with the farming operation but after his death another brother stepped in.

Seeing little kids with their dads makes my heart happy. Hopefully they have their dads long after they have kids themselves. If not they will have memories of dad and lessons dad taught them. If Wrangler and I are blessed with kids they will be raised around horses and trucking. They will have memories with dad. Wrangler does not know this but I already have plans for the week dad and the kids go without me for the week.

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12 thoughts on “Little ones

  1. Crying here.
    I’m so sorry your Dad died so young and too soon 😦 ….
    but, I’m so glad you have happy memories of him and of time with him. 🙂
    I can see how seeing the little ones brings back memories for you and adds joy to a long busy day of work. 🙂
    (((HUGS))) and ❤ 🙂

  2. I like to read how much you loved your father and how he inspired you .
    Has Wrangler a vocation to be a farmer?
    I hope you both be blessed with kids soon ! 🙂
    Love ❤
    Michel

  3. You are so forward thinking! I’m glad you have a plan. There are fewer and fewer small family farms – hope you and Wrangler can realize your dreams! (So sorry your dad died so young but like everyone else, its good you have so many great memories)

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