The last four years of my life have been filled with adventures at the Agriculture Center. Many late nights have turned into early morning shifts and I don't think I could be any more grateful that I don't, at any, point have to be presentable at work.
The last two years have been more amazing that I thought. I was so excited when the teaching farm opened. I would finally get the opportunity to work with all forms of fuzzy livestock critters. It was a bit of a struggle to begin with, but I don't think I've ever had an "I hate my job" moment and actually meant it.
So it's a little hard to say goodbye to the place and has literally consumed my senior year.
But enough about goodbyes! Let me tell you a little more about this blog and how I got started. My first blog ever started last summer as a dedication to my storybook summer spent in the Rockies. And it was all down hill from there. I loved that blog and getting a chance to capture all of these perfect summer moments. Though there were parts that you "just have to be a wrangler to understand", it was still the start of an addiction. After a month or two post-Sombrero I realized that I wasn't the only one who was having a rough time transitioning back into the real world. Thus, the College Cowgirl was born. It all start with a post about adjusting to college life and how to be an adult again and grew from there. I discovered how massive this blogging world is and how something as simple as a post can reach tons of people and even bring you chills. There is a whole network of people dedicated to making you laugh or cry, helping you craft, plan weddings, cook, or further your sense of wanderlust.
So as I say goodbye to so many things in my life, I'm saying hello to my new child! This blog. It will be a lifestyle blog a little different than my other ones, filled with easy up do's