Sunday, April 27, 2014

THE COWS ARE BACK

Curious cows
They were back this weekend, the next door neighbor's cows, watching me work in the garden.

I must confess, I'm getting used to the view AND the company...




13 comments:

Anonymous said...

HILARIOUS! I bet they are hoping for vegetarians, LOL!

Janie L said...

I've found cows to be very curious creatures. They watch me all the time when I'm outside. Definitely nice company. :)

AllyCat said...

LOVE it, too funny...

MaryJo said...

Well at least you are not lonely!
Maybe they can give you some tips.

1st Man said...

I know!! :-)

1st Man said...

The more I'm 'around' them, I've noticed that as well. And, shhh, don't tell anyone, but I find myself talking to them at times.

1st Man said...

Thanks!

1st Man said...

I bet they have some good tips since they are always grazing on greens, ha. Oh, wait, would those be called "BEEF TIPS"? LOL!! Couldn't resist!!

Paris Marco said...

I bet gardening can never be lonely with these guys around. This post is too hilarious! Great blog! Happy spring!

Gammy Tammy said...

Beef tips!!! LOL

Gammy Tammy said...

Cute, cute post. I can just hear them having this conversation... just like Elsie!! too funny!

Anonymous said...

Such a lovely picture with the beautiful black Angus cows and that green, green grass and trees!
Also, I love the captions!

Texas Rose

Galestorm said...

My garden that I use to tend was next to the cow pasture at my Mom's. I used to sing to them and talk to them all the time. There was one in particular that I came to just love. Any time she saw me she would come running and of course I would give her treats. My mother said she could stay there on the farm the rest of her life. Well, my Mom passed away almost two years ago and right after that my brother took her to the market which was really to a slaughterhouse and sold her. Needless to say, I have never gotten over it and I will never forgive him for that. I've also given up beef. I may have eaten one burger and one steak in the past 6 or 7 years, and none since my cow went to that awful place. I guess my warning is to not get to attached to them. Believe me it is easily done!!