The things you hear when you're in a field, running around in a dress trying to take some good pictures of a bag! And the remark wasn't even directed to the one running around the field (that would be me), but towards my very helpful husband who was thinking along about the best backgrounds and handing me things. Ha!
But seriously, I'm no spoilsport. So I'll set myself on that fance, thank you very much. But first I needed to have a chat with these cows (who turned out to be bulls when I looked erhm... a bit closer. Bad city girl!). First of all, the bulls suited my dress. Second of all, cows are fascinating to me. They are relaxed and curious creatures and they can be so happy by simple being in a meadow and chewing on some grass. And they're supposed to feel you stress and they're able to take that away from you. A lot better than laying on the sofa in some shrinks office I would say. Cow petting it is. Don't try that with bulls by the way, just admire them from a distance.
En voor het bewijs: ik was dus echt de beroerdste niet en klom gewoon op dat hek. En kiepte niet eens achterover! Het zou namelijk echt iets voor mij zijn geweest om het ene moment nog vrolijk kakelend op dat hek te zitten met wiebelbenen en het volgende moment achterover in het weiland te liggen met mijn jurk over mijn oren. Niet gebeurd dus! Het zijn die kleine dingen...
Het jurkje is van Halsoverkop en gaat zó mee de vakantiekoffer in! Ik zag trouwens dat er nu ook rokjes te koop zijn. Oooooh!!
And just to prove: I did sit on that fence. And I didn't even fall backwards! That would be so typically me: one moment I'd be sitting there, chatting away and wiggling my legs, the next moment I am laying legs in the air in the field behind me with my skirt over my head. Glad that didn't happen: oh, the simple pleasures.
The dress is by Halsoverkop and is so coming with me when I go on holidays. And... there are now also skirts available. Squeel!