Beautiful! Love cows. It looks remarkably dry... are you escaping all this weather?Hope you are on the mend,Laura
I have to confess Laura, that this photograph wasn't taken on Wednesday. It was actually taken a week or so ago, on one of my morning walks with Muffy. It is amazing that over here on the North East side of Scotland the climate is dryer and most times a little kinder. Especially when compared to the North West. Which I'm thankful for ;DI'm still mending hence being able to catch up with my replies and visits. I've shed some of the guilt telling myself its crucial in the healing process! Have a wonderful week and I'm happy that I've included subject matter that you love.McMuffy wasn't so sure which isn't surprising when she only came up to its hoof ^..^xxoo
Hello Janet,Whoops oh yes it's suppose to be wordless Wednesday. Oh well I've blown it now ;DHave a great week and thank you for your smiley face.xxoo
Cool! :) guess your hand in a cast has helped your blogging....as in more posts.
Well I am supposed to rest so hey...I'll do as I'm told. (which will be a first for me... hehe)I've shed the guilt because once the cast comes off and these guys making the dust drifts finally leave, then I'll need to be a whirlwind to get things back to normal. Have an enjoyable day :Dxoxo
That's a nice cow ! Most of the cows in Belgium are black and white, I don't know why.
Me neither Gattina, We have a lot of black and white cows here but also quite a few different breeds. I think my favourite has to be the Highland Cow with it's long hair. Thanks for popping over to my place.Have fun and enjoy your week :D
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