What I love about visiting Nebraska is the direct contrast to the landscape that I leave behind for a few fast days. You might know that the population of the Los Angeles area is greater than the entire population of Canada or of Australia. That alone should tell you that people here live together in a social experiment. We practice to live together without hurting each other, and that is all good...
but we do miss
the open skies, the clean air, the golden fields that have no complaints about how they were treated.
This is a tough place for a city dweller because we are used to orient ourselves using various benchmarks, something that is clearly missing here in the open fields. The landscape changes all the time because these clever farmers keep doing things such as planting or plowing or harvesting and so it is easy to become disoriented, and the clouds come and go rapidly too.
I was ready to strut the streets with my red shoes.
Actually I wore these for the football game that we were to go to at the Lincoln Memorial Stadium...I knew that I would be readily accepted as a fan with these shoes.
When I am going away to Nebraska for a few days my friends chuckle at my excitement!
When I return I chuckle back at their astonishment!
Catboys sent you pawfuls of kisses and their best November wishes!