Later, on a fun walk with Ellen & Cosmo Topper, Dottie & Latoya Jackson and me with Little Lulu—Ellen found Lisa's wet socks drying on the side of the bridge and we had a good laugh about it.
When Ellen and I returned Cosmo and Lulu to their pen we forgot to close the gates behind us and Mr. T. ran out of his pen and started running all around the rescue ranch. "Tony is going to put us on probation." Ellen joked.
"Don't worry about it. He's gone to shoot pictures of the Bluebonnets, in Fredericksburg, with his sister and her friend. He'll never know about it." And about that time Lisa caught him, up near the barn. As Eileen walked him back to his pen, she teased us for letting him get loose.
"Tony is not going to be happy about this when he finds out. Which one of y'all did it?"
"Ellen and I started laughing and both started pointing fingers at each other. "No, I did it," Ellen confessed.
"No, it was my fault," I said. "And we're going to keep it a secret from Tone and..."
Today, since Tony took a day off, I decided to also and I finished reading the fabulous book, Half Broke Horses that Karin and Air Gun bought from Wolfmueller's Books, to give to me. Then I read Joe Herring, Jr.'s fascinating book, Home; Photographs Of Kerrville and I really enjoyed reading it and looking at the interesting photographs.
Early this evening, Tony and I grabbed our cameras and carrots, then we jumped into Trigger, to go find the horses and donkeys, on the ranch. Needless to say, "They loved the carrots." Here's Little Jewford saying a little prayer of thanks, before he received his delicious carrot from Tone.