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Sunday, February 23, 2014

Cowboy Church

Last night John left me a Facebook message asking if we would like to join him at cowboy church today.  Off we three went this morning—I’ve never been to cowboy church, just regular church and I must say, it was wonderful!  The church is usually held in a small little church in Casa Grande but today was the last day of the yearly Casa Grande Cowboys and Indians Celebration—so church was held at the rodeo grounds before the rodeo started. 

The band which plays for cowboy church every Sunday morning was awesome!  Very good music and I enjoyed the minister too.  John directed us to the uppermost section of bleacher seating so we would have a back rest.  It was a little cool out there early but as the morning went on, the sun warmed us all.  Michael and I were both glad we went!cowboy church

Back home I made the guys grilled cheese sandwiches for lunch—Brenda is feeling much better today.  It was my turn to make dinner—pork tenderloins, Pioneer Woman’s potatoes, fresh asparagus and apple crisp with ice cream for dessert. 

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We whiled away the afternoon sitting in the sun and shade telling stories and visiting.  I took advantage of Brenda’s washer/dryer doing a couple loads of laundry. 

Sunset tonight was glorious—all my photos today were taken with my phone—not the greatest but they will do. 

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9 comments:

  1. A cook off between the Big Timber Pioneer Woman, and the Dog Pound Ranch Apple Pie Goddess... !!! Some lucky husbands for sure.....

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    1. Well Rod, we all have to do our part.

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  2. The Cowboy sounds great.

    I guess I need to try the Pioneer Woman Potatoes. You make them as often as I make one of her salads. I call it the Pioneer Woman Salad which in now our favorite salad.

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  3. Good to learn that Brenda is feeling better. Cowboy church and another wonderful dinner sounds like a pretty good Sunday to me.

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  4. That has to be the most unique church service I've ever seen!

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  5. I love Cowboy Church! Something about it just really moves me...and we absolutely love Pioneer Woman..love her show and her food! Awesome looking dinner! :)

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  6. I watch Cowboy church on RFD TV. some day I hope to attend one in person!

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