#aglife: Taking time to slow down and be thankful
#aglife is a new County 10 series, brought to you by Wyoming Community Bank, that pulls the curtain back on farm and ranch life in Fremont County through images and stories.
There may be life off the ranch, but any Fremont County farmer or rancher will tell you – The #aglife is “the good life.”
Monica Thoman is a frequent contributor to our #aglife series. After marrying into a local ranching family, she’s been transitioning from urban Denver life to the #aglife here in Fremont County. Recently she became a new mother too! With all the changes, she shared a photo on Instagram recently about thankfulness.
When you live in a place like Fremont County, sometimes the beauty of our home escapes us. Leave it to a transplant to remind us 10’rs to stop and appreciate this amazing place we call home 🙂
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Gorgeous sunset last night. Between feeding baby, diaper changes, naps, laundry, and trying to adjust to the general every day changes with a new little one, I’ve discovered how truly fast the hours fly and how caught up in it all I can get. So I am incredibly grateful that I live in a place where I can simply look out the window to be reminded of the true beauty of it all, the purpose of my life and where I am going, and how much I am loved by Him. Thank God! He knows how much and how often I need to be reminded. #newmomlife #reminders #godislove #blessings
Share your #aglife with the community! Send your photos to us, with a little info, at firstname.lastname@example.org and we might include them in the #aglife series!