According to Vivian’s language, we “went out to play” today. We tried to go to Googong South Foreshore, but didn’t really worry about our destination.
As we headed towards to countryside, the beautiful country view unfolded in front of our eyes. Valleys with autumn colours, mountains in distance with layers, endless grass land, little or big ponds, sculpture-liked bald trees, assorted native plants and flowers, beautiful country stone houses, windmills, farm equipments, and of course a lot of farm animals, from horses, cattle, to sheep, dogs, even alpacas (one of my favorite little animals).
Vivian always say “hello” to them, then would say “bye bye” when we had to leave, which was so funny. She even requested to have a ride on horse today which really amazed me as it was completely out of blue, and I don’t remember we have ever given her any idea about cowgirl or “horses are ridden-able”
We are sort of in debate ourselves to accept the fact that she is actually very close to be a country girl. Given that it only takes 5 minutes drive for her to see cows and sheep, she certainly is not lack of experience on country life at all.
Shall we have to get a horse for her?