My Sunday was absolutely wonderful! The only thing that could have made it better was if we had made it to Sunday school. We overslept a tad, but made it only about 5 minutes late to church. Such is my life these days.
Anyway, Rich and I then had Chinese for lunch, went home and napped for about half an hour, changed clothes and headed to Dodson to check out a horse his parents are looking at for his mom. The horse was a four year-old and looked a lot like my Professor. He has a great disposition, but has some things to learn. But as I told R's mom, I would rather have a gentle horse that needs some "learnin'" than a smart horse who's unpredictable!
After looking at the horse, (I should have taken some pics), we headed back to Wellington to unload some hay Richard brought back from Denton Saturday.
It was invigorating and relaxing to be outside in the crisp air with nothing but the cows, and nature, and family and hay...lots of hay! And I actually did help unload the square bales, but of course there are no pics because I was the photog!
I will end this post with pics I took of the unloading, the cows and of an awesome old truck bed we use for storing grain to keep it away from the rats, but that I think would be a great prop in some pictures. Tell me what you think of that idea.
This is my very favorite picture of all! The red of the trailer and the blue of the sky blend really well, I think!