Usually you have an idea of what you’re going to see when you look out your kitchen window. Your yard. Your driveway. The woods. A city block. You grow familiar with your surroundings, and any change is instantly noticed. Like looking outside and seeing your husband rolling on the grass with a horse and a dog. Yup. That’ll snap you to attention.
It was all quite innocent. The three of them were having fun outside and I guess one of them flopped onto his back. That caused the other two to follow suit, though I’d be worried about the horse managing to get back up ” they sleep on their feet for a reason. Nobody seemed to worried though ” they were focused on being silly on the grass. If we could all get rid of our worries that way –
This scene sounds like it’s something out of a Monty Python sketch. ‘Yes. We are here with this Zen Relaxation class. Please greet the other participants.’ ‘But they are a horse and a dog!’ ‘Now – the first lesson here is to shed all judgments that you may have of others.’ ‘This is so bloody stupid – ‘ ‘someone needs to roll on the grass – ‘ ‘But these are new clothes!’ I’m picturing John Cleese and Michael Palin in this, for some reason.
I guess the lesson is: Always expect the unexpected when looking anywhere. That’s practically a mantra of mine anyway. I grew up in New York City during the 1980s and saw anything from a guy walking with a monkey on his shoulder to another person who had a giant lizard hanging on his back like a backpack. But even this scene had me shaking my head and laughing.
This was quite a cool video. What did you think of it? Leave a comment below.