The Hope Of A New Year

Soon, we'll be wishing each other a Happy New Year. When the clock strikes midnight on December 31st, we'll hope against hope for a better year than we've had in a while. There's something in human nature that keeps us hopeful.

Past couple of years have been challenging, daunting, hard. Global health situation aside, here in Montana, we had wildfires, drought, invasion of grasshoppers, storms that uprooted trees... We lost power for hours upon hours, lost work hours at our jobs, lost loved ones, lost income from our side hustles, lost crops to drought, lost cattle to lack of forage. Still, despite all the losses, as the new year rolls in, we'll hope that this year will be better, easier, more prosperous than the one we're leaving behind.

Wild turkeys on a snowy road

We at Buckaroo Bling aren't immune to this hope either. As the year draws to a close, we pledge to only count our blessings and forget about challenges. We pledge to look ahead with hope and gratitude for all the new customers we welcomed to our booth at in-person events and to our website, for all new followers on Instagram and Facebook, for all the lessons we learned about ourselves and our business, and for all the encouragement we gave and received.

We'll be taking some time off in the beginning of January to rest and reflect, and to plan an even better experience at Buckaroo Bling for you, our customers and followers. For those of you who're part of our posse, we'll be reaching out again in the second week of January to let you know what to expect from us in the coming year. For those of you who aren't members of our posse yet, new year is the best time to sign up. Just fill out the quick form at the bottom of this page ⬇️ - we'll be happy to welcome you. And for all of you reading our year end musings, if you wish to make our obligatory year end inventory taking easy, head on over to our shop and take advantage of the year end clearance. We'll be so grateful to you!


...and more than anything, have a Happy and healthy New Year! We'll see you here again when the calendar is flipped to 2022.

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