This morning I drove to a horse park a few miles north of Lexington. My daughter rode there for a while and it brought back many good memories for me. At the entrance to the park is a large statue of the great horse, Man o’ War. I had an idea to place Bogart strategically in front of the horse and take a picture that had the perspective showing Bogart winning by a length. Bogie loved it!
I went for a walk handing out stickers, mostly the Spanish version of Sow Only Seeds of Love. Most of the groomers are Mexican, so the Spanish version may help them understand the project a little better.
I went on to Lexington and the University of Kentucky. There was a football game that evening, so the campus was gridlock most everywhere. I never saw so many tailgaters. I found a nice restaurant, O’Charley’s, to watch the second half of the game.
Late that night, when Bogart and I were more asleep than awake, we heard some kids talking outside the bus. I could tell they were graffiti writers, I was too tired to get up so I figured I’d see what they did in the morning. Next day I checked it out and it was all great stuff. “I (heart) your bus” and the like. I think I’ll leave it right where it is.
Tomorrow is Sunday, a day for laundry, emails, and letters.