(Okay, okay, I know how to say 'muchacho' and 'muchacha' and 'santa vaca' too, but that's about it.)
Anyway. So the day started off with drizzle, rain, and general cloudy nastiness. I took my camera with me as I went to clean a house, but nothing was photograph-worthy on my journey. Sigh.
But! Around the noon hour things started clearing up, and life was looking more interesting...so after a quick lunch I took the horses out to graze.
A note about lunch: I made this 'hot and sour beef soup' the other day, which is basically beef broth with ginger, garlic, and lime, and cooked strips of beef. It's very flavorful, but lacks a bit in the way of 'substance'. So I experimented with putting some bean noodles in it (think ramen). The verdict: the noodles have a very...uh...interesting consistency. Think insanely slippery (I could hardly eat them with a fork, much less a spoon) and kind of chewy. The soup WAS pretty good, though.
But anyway...on to the grazing portion of today's segment!!
So while Violet grazed (and Colletta shrieked her displeasure and Javert barked his fool head off *snarls*) I started experimenting with my camera to see if I could take some interesting shots.
Colletta has a strange mane...it has all these little whispies on TOP of the mane instead of on the bottom (the bottom makes more sense, because in the past I've pulled her mane) and it's all wavy, even though I don't braid it anymore. *shrug*
(Elizabeth's lot in life is to bug people. Especially if they don't look like they want to be bugged.)
She lurketh muchly.
And then I went to the Humane Society and a barbecue at church and didn't get home until 11 PM and watched Phineas and Ferb episodes until 11:30. The end.
Your sleep-deprived hostess,