Just me rambling about birds, books, bunnies, or whatever!
Not in the moo'd! I'm not, either. LOL! I hope you are good, Laura!
I always like visiting your blog Laura. It's almost a guarentee that I leave with a smile. :)
Ha! That is very funny!Hugs,Laurie
I'd wondered what in the world I would do with this pic of a roadside cow from one of my travels - tonight it was just the thing I needed!I'm feeling sort of moody and melancholy for no good reason, but I'm okay.Looking at the cranky cow makes me feel better.;-)
I like how it's soft focus. It's like the Barbara Walters of cows.
This really gave me my laugh - a few weeks ago I finally got my Hon to go for a walk and a cow (which looked like this one) chased us!We had running stamina out of necessity! A week later, our local little newspaper had a pic of it - escaped from a ranch.
LOLOL Laura! What a great caption! (So, do tell...what filter are you using here? I love the soft effect.)
Bad hair day, doesn't like the ear stud, tummy ache,hormonal swing... who knows. Hope you were on the other side of the fence.ruth
FUH--NEE!!! He sure does look cranky! I looks like the one foot is cocked and ready to chase you.
Cow disapproval--a first! I think one of the things I love most about nature and animals is seeing their various activities and facial expressions and wondering what's going through their minds. Do cows think? I believe they do. I believe all animals think and feel. And this guy's definitely pissed!
You're not the only one. Lately I feel totally uninspired..my blog idea jar is empty. Laura even when you don't feel like posting, you come up with a great post! Great cow picture. Feel better soon!
I hope you were on the other side of the fence from that guy, Laura. I don't think he likes paparazzi.
Just checking in before bedtime...:o)
I'm late to this, but love the comments :0)
There are times I'm not in the moood either.P.s. By the way. It's a Black Angus.
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