On MHB there's a thread that's been going on to show your best model horse photo and there's been some good ones. One by blabber "la cazadora"
Anyway, yesterday was Mother's Day. I took my mom to breakfast then my brother made us a nice dinner. He gave her a nice gift basket full of things he'd put together and I felt kind of bad that I didn't get her anything, but if you ask her what she wants she'd say nothing and you can only give someone so many wolf t-shirts. Hahaha. While at breakfast, though, there was a couple at a table near ours and they spent almost the entire time on their cell phones. It was kind of sad actually. Especially since it was an adult couple, probably in the 30s or 40s. Younger people I can almost understand. They walk around carrying their phones their hands because they can't miss a single phone call or text. I think they want people to think they're more important than they really are, but that's just my opinion. Personally, I don't think anyone (except maybe a doctor) is so important that they need to constantly be on their phone or have it constantly out and available. And they certainly don't need to bring it into the bathroom with them while they carry on a conversation, but that's neither here nor there. I've declared two times that are digital free: when I'm having breakfast with mom (either at home or a restaurant) and dinner. I have made an occasional exception during breakfast out when I want to take a picture to send a friend in Utah, but that's rare. I don't answer texts and my phone stays in my pocket. At dinner, my phone and my iPad are on the counter until dinner is finished and the dishes are put away (unless someone else is doing the dishes that night). But that's just me and I know many people don't do that unless it's a parent setting the rules for their children. And that's fine. I'm not criticizing anyone for what they do, just saying what I do. hahaha.
Well, I'd better get some work done today.