About Me

I am Kay. I write about life on a working ranch, through the eyes of a mom. Ranch life is truly a different lifestyle – one that many people don’t understand. I have a passion to share this life with others — this life of cowboys, rawhide ropes, cute baby calves, cranky windmills and beautiful sunsets. I want to pull back the curtain a bit, so you can peek through and get a glimpse of the truly great people who live and work on ranches.

I was not raised on a ranch. I have an eclectic background of country living, huge gardens, city streets, beach picnics, seasonal work, many moves, and quiet evenings with no TV. I was raised in a Mennonite home – trained to love my neighbor, work hard, keep house, honor God’s Word, love my husband and make a delicious pie.

I married a good ole’ country boy who was brave enough to leave what he knew behind, and plunge into a new lifestyle. He works hard, and continually improves his skills in every area related to ranch work. He started a side business which is growing – making custom saddles and other cowboy gear. He loves me despite my idiosyncrasies, laughs at my weird humor, and more often – has me laughing at his! :) He supports every venture I dabble in – including my writing, gardening, cooking,  and my undying obsession with baby chicks.

I have one driving passion in life – to bring honor and praise to my Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. I am an imperfect, fallen human – redeemed and cleansed by the Blood of Jesus. I don’t believe you can separate your everyday life from your spiritual one, so you will find my worldview sprinkled throughout my writings. I hope you can be inspired and encouraged here.

Kay Schrock

Photo Credit: Lyndsey Garber Photography

Photo Credit: Lyndsey Garber Photography

 

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    1. Kay Schrock Post author

      You know, I don’t know! There are some nice hotels in Laramie. I don’t know what is in Rawlins. There is a historic motel in Elk Mountain buT i haven’t stayed any of those places, so I can’t personally vouch for them. :)

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