There are others that don’t feel obligated to work hard on the weekends.
As far as I can tell, they live at the main stables during the week and take a break on the weekend, with a total of seven of them visiting the paddox behind our row of houses. Not the sturdy outdoor horse of my childhood, but barn ponies needing blankets and a lot of care. I certainly don’t mind them; they are relatively quiet. But I do need to have a talk with their keepers. Since I am not a gardener – I have no need for the fresh manure that someone has deposited over the fence into my back yard.
Looking around on the way back in from the ponies
and the early flowers
Makes it a great idea to stay inside – listening to
Audio Books &
Suzanne Brockmann’s Flashpoint
or watching another DVD of Medium (season 3).
and otherwise spending the day
having spun and plyed about 3/4 of the total roving.
starting here –
and completing all but the toe on the second.
And completely leaving out the housework.