Busted.

We spent the weekend at the rig hanging out with Justin. For those of you who are wondering what the rig is and what they do, I am going to make my husband collaborate on a blog with me where we will explain what it is and what goes on later this week.


Yesterday, we went out to eat for lunch and while we were there a storm came through. It poured and poured and there was dime-sized hail. We later discovered that the roof of my Subaru was completely dented. ;o( And THEN, the same storm traveled to the SE, 250 miles away, and got my house. As far as I can see, the siding is damaged in a few spots and there are some shingles laying around the yard. There are a few dents here and there, but for the most part I think we lucked out since the hail was tennis ball-sized!!

My Grandma’s angiogram went well and they found no major damage. That is such a relief! I was pretty worried about it!

These are all pics from the weekend -enjoy and have a good week!


  • cherish.photography

    Wow…what was the bling? Love it! I have not seen an Albertson’s since my New Mexico days…such fond memories…ahhh…..

    You had a busy weekend! Thanks for sharing your days!

  • *Lissa*

    That little piece of bling is a fine gem of a ring that I picked up at the bull-riding event I attended a few weekends ago. Can you believe it only cost $20?! What a steal! ;o)

  • Beth at I Should Be Folding Laundry

    You take beautiful pictures.

    I’m so sorry to hear the storm damaged your car and your house.

  • Two blessings from above

    I know all about oil drilling. Rangely, Colorado was big into that. What companies did he work for when you lived in Colorado? Glad all is well with your grandma.
    I wish a hail storm would go through here like that. We could use a new roof and siding. Looks and sounds like it was a bad one.
    Have a good week.

  • *Lissa*

    Judy- He worked for True Drilling when we were in CO. They were mostly drilling between Rangely and Vernal, UT at that time. He has worked for all sorts of companies before we started our own though.

  • Mark Brooke Photography

    The first pic. is awesome! wow what a fun day!