Hey everyone,

I am so busy planning and preparing for the Toronto pageant, but I still find time to spend with the people I love and do some of my favourite things in the world and be well…me.  Here’s today’s adventure!

So today I spent the day at a family friend’s farm.  My boyfriend and I went to help sort cattle.  We started off our day by helping to “clear” a few gophers out of the pastures then after lunch we headed into the many corrals and moved different groups of cattle into other corrals.  We finally got to sorting out the calves or binkas as I was taught from the cows.  The little guys are so fun of energy and spunk, I wish they didn’t have to grow up so fast, they are so darn cute, but can be a hand full some times.  We stopped for a quick lunch which consisted of good ol A&W and soon got back to work.  The corrals are so full of mud and thank goodness for rubber boots cause they sure came into use today!  The sun was so nice today and the wind actually stayed away for the most part.  One thing is for sure I definitely needed a rinse off afterwards.  Can’t wait to go back and play with all the binkas soon. 

This whole pageant has made me question what is important in my life and that sometimes as much as we are taught to help others, we must also do what is right for us and let no one get in the way of persuing something that means so much to you.  Remember why you set out to do things and never let anyone tell you what to believe in or that your thoughts are not what society would approve of.  Be yourself, for that’s what makes our world so interesting and full of great and admiral role models.

Here’s a thought to end off on…and remember to leave me a little piece of your thoughts.

Jenny

“The fact is, that to do anything in the world worth doing, we must not stand back shivering and thinking of the cold and danger, but jump in and scramble through as well as we can”.
Robert Cushing

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