This is my belly these days. Yes, there's a baby in there. She leaves surprisingly little room for food.
This is what went into my belly at the fair this weekend. A taco (just one, really. The asada was for me, the carnitas was for my husband).
I needed to save room for the funnel cake, after all.
yum. I'd like another one of these right now.
I don't think I've ever been to a county fair before. I wasn't sure what to expect. We saw a lot of goats on tables.
Seriously. There were more. On tables.
And a whole building full of chickens of various colors and sizes. And turkeys that were all the same color and size. I didn't even take any pictures of the turkeys, because they were so amazingly ugly.
We also wandered through two swine barns, where I didn't take any pictures because they were pretty much all sleeping with their butts facing us. Not much of interest for the camera in a sleeping pig's butt.
Same with the cows. They were, however, the cleanest cow butts I've ever seen. Many of them were in the process of getting blown-dry and hair sprayed in preparation for getting auctioned off. I think. I'm still a little hazy about why all the animals are at the fair. They mostly all looked the same to me.
We actually went to see some photography a friend had entered in the fair…he won some awards, and I enjoyed browsing through the displays and thinking about if I want to enter some next year. Procrastinator that I am, I now don't have to think about it for another 11 months or so. Maybe I'll enter this curious guy.