April 8th, 2002

me

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As I was driving to church yesterday morning, I saw up ahead of me some animals grazing in a field at the side of the road. That in itself is not unusual; my church is in a very rural area, and I frequently see cows and horses in the fields. But as I got closer, I could see that they were definitely not cows, and they didn't really look much like horses ... they looked like llamas. Odd.

On the way home after church, I saw them again, so I slowed to take a closer look. They were, in fact, llamas. Now, there are several llama farms in the county in which I live, but none near my church. Until now, I guess.

I could see a car approaching in my rear-view mirror, so I sped up. But then I saw that car slowing down, presumably to look at the llamas. I guess that seeing llamas at the side of the road is sufficently unusual to compel people to stop and look at them.

   
me

(no subject)

Time to stop shaving my feet:


If I lived in Middle-Earth, it would be in:
The Shire

The rolling green hills, the springtime weather, and especially being surrounded by the ones you love makes the Shire a comfortable area for you. You love being surrounded only by the ones you care about, and you only desire this in an environment that is vast and open to nature, unlike in the cities or the caves.