• Monteagudo, Bolivia •
Puppydoc, in her usual fashion, seems to befriend animals wherever she goes. This particular companion was one who lived adjacent to the hospital…and whom Puppydoc would visit whenever she just needed some time alone.
Categories: Humanitarian Work, Photography, South America
many years ago, I would go on a walk anytime I saw a particular friend along this route near his home. the same horse was there every time. and he would let my friend and any others with us pet him. I, the “animal person” of our group, was not allowed near him; the horse was not fond of me.
this cow looks much more pleasant. lol.
Aww lol. 🙂 And indeed…this cow was very gentle. ☺️
It was! The Sisters loved my English-French replies, i.e., when asked if I was tired from a 12 hour day of sight seeing, I replied… “mon derriere is fatique!”
Haha…I bet you spoke perfect Frenglish! 😀
In 2010, I lived in a Convent in France for two weeks. Every morning we had fresh milk for our wonderful french coffee. The milk was brought in by the bucket from their dairy. When I remarked about it, the Sisters laughed and told me about Marguerite LaVache! So I went out to thank Marguerite, but our conversation was limited…. She doesn’t speak English!
Hahaha…that’s so funny! Maybe she mooed in French? 😄 And what an idyllic scene you paint…it must have been a wonderful experience! ☺️