In context, I’m sure this means you can buy tickets to see the bull riding event at the rodeo. The event is the Lee County’s Sheriff’s Posse Pro Bull Riding on July 4, 2015. Those prize belt buckles are a work of art in themselves.
I know it isn’t your day to keep track of me — it never is — but I’ll tell you anyway: I’m going on a field assignment. (Code for “I’ll be away from my blog taking a class.” (I love taking classes.)) This means I won’t be keeping up with some of my posts that are based on prompts for a while (e.g., photo challenges, Friday Fictioneers). I have, however, scheduled posts for each day.
The bad news: my sketching career is on hold, due to some very painful tendonitis (also spelled “tendinitis.” Don’t know why.) No more knitting, either. On the bright side, (the very blue, bright side), I “get” to wear kinesio tape. When anyone asks about it, I tell them that when you get older and start falling apart, the physical therapist uses fancy blue duct tape to hold you together. Works for me.
I have many, many of photos of this angel. None of them do it justice, in my mind.
Pat and I drove down to Seguin and Geronimo to check out some of the antique shops. We had lunch at the Court Street Coffee shop. It was our first time there, so we got some good advice from a group of nice women who eat there regularly. And it turns out I wasn’t the only vegetarian in the place: two of the women were vegetarian! I’m definitely going back. Good company and good food; it just doesn’t get any better.