Georgia Lee Swickheimer – I feel that myself, I was born to the land and the lands in my blood. And I'd soon work in the land and on a ranch than do anything in the world. When you're born to land you get up and everything you do has to do with the cattle business. Well you know…I knew at the time when I was, you know, in my teens and twenties you know, when you were going to get a job that there wasn't really a place here for me yet. And so I knew that I needed a job, and I had thought about the military, and always intended to come back and go back in the cattle business when I retired. And that's what I did. It goes back to doing what you like, what you have your heart into. Even though your heart may not be…it may not be profitable. And you may not be making a lot of headway. But you have a dream that you gonna make it, even though we are bucking against the tide. And you gonna find your way outta of the end of that tunnel. I guess its survival. I think it was my grandparents, you know, they worked the land, you know, when it was horse and mule and wagons. The material that they built this house with, they had to come in here with wagon, from Houston or whatever. It took a year to build this house. I don't want to see that stuff go down the drain. I don't want to turn loose of it. I want to hold on as long as I can hang on.