Today John texted me a picture of two women on either side of a beautiful bovine beast pulling a large cart full of something agrarian. Corn husks? He asked if I’m the one on the left or the one on the right. I said I’m obviously the one in the middle – the cow or ox or whatever burden beast that is. As a Taurus I identify with large placid animals with kind eyes and impressive horns that might be somewhat sluggish but do end up pulling a large burden successfully. Of course I think cows are incredibly beautiful and magical. Do not underestimate the beast of burden!
Also, frankly, I often feel like I’m lifting a heavy load and everyone takes it for granted that I can and that I won’t complain about it. Except for a small handful of people who get me. You know who you are. 😉
Also, cows have good bone structure. Just saying.
Today I made some progress in setting up the Kickstarter campaign and also updated the cover on the preorder page for The Glory Days of Aimée Bonnard. I really like it now and I’m happy after all the feedback I’ve received.
I inflated the air mattress too and Holly put her little headless giraffe on it. Surely that’s a good sign?
And I ordered some dresses by my favorite French brand because cows like to have really nice things. To go with that fabulous bone structure, you know?