Thursday, May 6, 2010

City Slickers

There are a few things this subarbanite girl learned while visiting this family farm to take pictures.


1) the existence of stinging grass. Its grass that HURTS you. Seems so archaic dosent it?  Or right out of a Harry Potter novel!

(Allow me a slight digression... any other Harry Potter fans out there? Can I get a fist pump and a "whoot whoot!" for the genius of Ms. JK Rowling?!? Thank you very much)

OK where was I?
Ah yes, the things I learned:

1) Stinging grass hurts. If you take pictures on a farm in a pasture, wear boots, not flip flops.
2) If you take a mule (cross between a little tractor and a golf cart) out into a pasture, a dozen or so cows will follow you because they think you have food.  Once you exit the mule, they will stand around you in a semi circle and stare at you until it gets through their head you do not have food. It's a little unnerving. But it's also quite amusing.
3) Cow pies. They are everywhere. And they are HUGE. And flat. Weird.

And Mom, this pic is just for you :-)


Hallie Marie said...

wow instead of country cuties its country beauties!

alexa said...

Hehe! I love it! Your posts always make me smile!

Laura Picard said...

I want to see more!!!!! Can't wait to see the rest. Melissa, your babies are gorgeous.

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