How my miscarriage taught me to always choose kindness.
I see you, momma. I see you walk through the church doors on Sunday morning. I see you holding the hand of a strong willed miniature version of yourself. She looks so precious in her Sunday dress and sandals. She looks just like you. You settle into a seat at the end of the row so you… Continue reading I See You Momma
It’s the end of of June and that can only mean one thing in the Corbett home: the summer run. If you’re familiar with the rodeo lifestyle you know exactly what I’m talking about. The summer run consists of rodeos all over the country over the summer, and my husband will enter probably forty of… Continue reading Picking up Cowboys
If you've been following this blog for even just a little while, you know that our lifestyle is very much based around competition. Half of our income comes from rodeo winnings, and you can't win if you aren't competitive! With competition comes goals. Logan, my husband, is a great motivator and goal setter. By watching… Continue reading How to Set Goals (and actually achieve them)
“Great news, Corbett family! It looks like you all get to go home today,” said Conlee’s NICU doctor as she discharged our seven day old newborn from the hospital. “She’s all good to go!” “So doc, would you say she’s good to go to a rodeo next weekend?” True story. That next weekend we packed… Continue reading On the Road Again…