It has been brought to my attention that I have not wrote/posted on my blog for sometime now. It isn't that I haven't wanted to but when something comes to mind that I would like to post about I am usuall out in the barn, fields or at a meeting where i can't do it then and by the time i get to a computer i have forgotten what my actual thoughts were.
It would be nice to be able when those thoughts come along to hit a "save" button somewhere on the body and retain that info for a later time. But we all know we don't have such a button only our brain which has zillions of thoughts scrambling around in there bumping into each other and one trying to over ride the other. So we remember what we preceive is most important.
With the farm operation to manage, the leadership aspect of the elected position in the dairy sector and then the political side with Farm Bureau policy, my mind has a lot going on in there. I often times wonder how I remember what I do.
But no matter what is floating around in my head I still believe in tell others what is happening on the farm. Farmers and Ranchers are the only ones who truely know what it is like to be tilling the land and caring for the livestock that produce the food and fiber that they and their city cousins need to survive. We must continue to tell our story.