That crazy bright African patterned cotton just doesn't go with Cowboy and the one with 2500 tiny pieces doesn't interest me in the least. I seem to be off into the realm of neutrals. I'll post pictures later.
At any rate, here's a couple more images of the cooking expedition. It was either that or another Cooper picture. In the end, we had seven of these squarehead pans full to the brim. That's a LOT of pasta and sauce!! I reminded her right after this picture she had to have gloves on in the kitchen.
I finally got up off the couch long enough to head out to the store. Not Walmart this time, but our little market in town, although neither require masks any more. Honestly, I'm not sure why some people even bother to WEAR masks.
I kept my distance as much as possible until I came to the vegetable section. There I spotted three women, all wearing masks, who were manhandling every piece of food in front of them. No gloves by the way, just masks. One kept moving it up so she could breathe and the second finally took it off one ear so she could see better.
The last one was after limes ... unfortunately the same thing I needed. Here's a huge bin of limes and she is rolling them back and forth, up and down with her hands, trying to find the perfect ones. She actually took two FULL bags, after having touched every single lime in the bin ... along with her face while adjusting her mask .... multiple times.
Truthfully, I'm not worried, I just picked up six limes trying not to touch any others, but I admit I did wash them well when I got home. Of all the people in the store that had masks, every person I saw touched their face and removed it to some extent. I feel so much safer now. Please, if you touch the produce, take it home with you.
While perusing the limes, I got this picture from Arizona. This is the trailer's first outing. Wow ... she's all shined up and SO purdy!!
To make it even better, Laila got third place out of nineteen entrants in the showmanship class using the fancy silver halter I left in the trailer for her. She must have spent hours cleaning it up. You GO girl!!! The other good thing about the trailer ... they can haul horses for other girls in 4-H who would not otherwise even get to go to the horse show. It's a win-win!!
I'm pretty sure this will be a boring INSIDE week as our temperatures are predicted to be 107 on Wednesday and 108 on Thursday. Spring came and went in one week.
I'm hoping everyone has a happy and safe Memorial Day weekend!