So I feel a little like a deadbeat blogger, but I really haven't forgotten. I've just been busy. With archery opener just around the corner we've been working tirelessly every weekend to get the second permanent "nature blind" finished, and to get shooting lanes cleared for all our stands.
Thanks to my wonderful friend J. who took this picture! I think it captured my personality quite well.
I've also been running. Mostly running like a sloth, not like a speedy hare. The above is my faked enthusiasm about being up at 5:30 to go run 3.1 while having overachieving sinuses, and not feeling very bueno. Either way I finished, got a cool shirt, and fancy finishers medal. Big shout out to my favorite ladies at Girls With Guns Clothing for sending me this super sweet tank top to wear during my runs! I have another one (this time I dragged the Hubby into the mess) this weekend, and it's 5 mile trail run. I'm a little excited, and a little nervous. We haven't set a lofty goal to meet, just an average get through it and the elevation changes and not get rattle snake bitten goal. So say a few prayers I kick this sinus junk fast, and that we survive it without too many scraps, bruises, scratches, or hurt egos.
It's also officially hunting season in Oklahoma! That makes for a happy girl, minus the fact it's dove season, and I might possibly be the worst dove shooter in the world. I have my faithful gun that I love dearly, but I'm just slow on the ball when it comes to shooting those darn crazy flying little things.
Obviously I love the Girls with Guns tank top and the Mathews hat. But what does a girl wear when it's approximately 1000* outside and she's going dove hunting. Well her "wedding heels" (Thanks Rios of Mercedes for making the best boots EVER), and shorts. I looked like a fashion disaster, but hey no one said dove hunting was a fashion show.
All in all yours truly is still alive and well, just a little busy. Regularly scheduled blogging will resume at some point in the near future I hope. Hope everyone who has gotten to have a season opener for big game is having a great time enjoying the outdoors, and hopefully a little luck bagging the kind of trophy they are looking for!