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You Get What You Work For

It’s been 10 days since we lost Doc. He was my trusty steed who had been passed down to our 12-year-old son. We have mourned him, but he will live on in our memories and in our hearts. As Captain Call in Lonesome dove said about death...ride on from it.

Reality has set in...we need a replacement in our saddle horse string. We all know it. As hard as it is to think that way...we must. It’s important to move forward. It’s a part of life...and nobody said life would be easy.

From the day our son, Stone, was born we have raised him with a main principle regarding life that we live by.

Nothing in life will be handed to you. You don’t get what you want. You get what you work for. If you want for it. It’s that simple.

This picture is proof that those words have sunk in. In order for Stone to reap the rewards and have pride in what he does...he must put in the work.

Nobody is entitled to anything. If you want a good life you have to create it and you have to work at it every day.

Here’s to leading by example and helping the youngsters of the world understand what it takes to create a life worth living.




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