Well I have been out of the Internet scene. No Facebook writing no blogging, nothing! Just wasn't in the mood. Sorry! I have been feeling okay but just busy is all. We had a Birthday party for Gracie. She turned 4!! Wow! She is a big girl now!
I made her cake. It was easy but had so much icing!!! yum!
Roany is now turning Roan! This time every year he sheds out like a strawberry roan but then by summer he will be liver chestnut color! A horse of many colors!
Well this would be my new prospect horse that we are looking to join our family. He is a Cremello. Double diluted genes! He is so pretty and an awesome roping horse. I have seen him in action at several round ups and he is just a great all-around horse. Kids can ride him as well. I think he will be a good addition. I will keep you posted if I end up with him. This is my hubby's motorcycle that he is selling for.........a Harley Davidson of course! That's why I'm getting a new horse. Its called bribery!!! Ha
Well not too much going on in the Southeastern Desert. Spring is here and so is the 70 mph wind. I just hate it. Should be over soon I hope. I guess I would rather have this than snow or something.
I am a stay-at-home mom and jewelry maker living in Southeastern New Mexico. Raised in the Pecos Valley and after living in California for many years, my husband and I recently moved back to The Land of Enchantment where we are raising our daughter on the family farm.
I have always enjoyed wearing jewelry, especially turquoise and other natural stones. I could never afford the beautiful pieces I loved so much so I decided to start making my own one-of-kind pieces. I am the fifth generation in a line of artists, and my goal is to offer unique and affordable jewelry with a western flair. Each piece is handcrafted with high quality natural stones and metals.