all photos were taken from the comfort and safety of my computer chair or the driver’s seat of my car
Every day I see myself in the mirror.
Some days are not so bad, but then there are days like today. I do not wanna get old!
Best Friend L turns 39 yo this week, my 39th birthday is just a couple of months away.
Lately, I’ve realized, I ain’t getting any younger….seriously considering botox. Does it hurt????Anyone know??
Five times a week, I drive a certain highway, 15 minutes South to Wee One’s school and 15 minutes North to Bubba’s school. On these travels I usually see a lot of the same thing. Here is some of what I see.
*Around the noon hour when I go to pick up Wee One, I usually see a little, gray-haired woman walking her tiny terrier. Her dog is either a yorkie or a silkie terrier. The woman and her little pooch live on the edge of town. On nice days, they are always out strolling about noonish. The little dog is so minute, if the grass is very tall, it cannot be seen. For the first couple of weeks of fall, I never knew what kind of dog she was walking because the weeds on the edge of the road hid the little doggie from my sight.
* There is a house about 3 mi from my own on the highway. They have a beautiful grey gelding, a stocky palomino gelding, and a flashy bay gelding. All 3 of these horses are seasoned roping horses. I know this because I have seen their owner ride and rope at our town’s roping arena. I have been in love with the grey and the bay ever since I have laid eyes on them. I keep planning on getting photos of them to post here but it is difficult because the highway does not have a shoulder and the ditches are too steep to park in. Somehow, I will one day post their photos here, probably when we start roping again.
*When I drive North to pick up Bubba, I pass a certain run down looking place that normally has a whole pack of dogs lounging about at the end of the driveway. It is a common sight to see a dead dog in their ditch because the pups never have enough sense to stay clear of the road. It is sad. These dogs also must be flea/tick infested, they are constantly scratching at themselves. It makes me itch just seeing them. Sometimes when I witness the pack of dogs scratching, the first thing I do when I get home is inspect Marvin and Kitty….they do not have fleas but I still obsess about it!
*Also on my drive North is a house for sale. It is priced at $600,000. It is an awesome place, a great set up for horses. On the days I purchase my powerball lottery tickets, I fantasize about spending some of my winnings on buying that home and land.
*If Wee One and I get on the road before 7:30 am, we drive past a ranch’s huge cattle pasture, we often see the cowboy in charge of the cattle unloading his horses for a days work. I usually wish I could trade places with the old cowboy for the day(depending on the weather!). The remainder of the trip to Wee One’s school, my mind is on working cattle and my love it/hate it feeling towards it.
Enough of my nonsense, I need to google ‘botox’!