Hell of a Year

As Parker McCollum says, “It’s been a hell of a year.”

Sun setting on 2021

From some of my very favorite memories to some of the most tragic losses. Watching my kids paddle around Lake Tahoe and put their feet into the ocean for the first time time and breaking ice and saving calves in a winter storm the likes of which I hope never to see again. Our first trip to Reno to have three generations at a sheep show, being reunited with my ag law nerd friends in Salt Lake City, and running 100 5Ks. Teaching my kids to navigate grief as we said goodbye too soon to a favorite dog, cat, horse, a dear friend’s father, and two young friends. Both kids starting school and a new niece and sneaking into see Nana in the nursing home.

Here’s to leaving 2021 stronger, more grateful, and more ourselves. Bring it in 2022 (but be nice because dang…).

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