My poor little Louisiana cows. They've never seen snow before and don't really know what to do with themselves. No cavorting or mooing or even grazing (there's grass under there somewhere). You'd think they'd at least be happy to get outside!
Look how silent and forlorn Bessie is. It's almost as though they're praying. Or plotting. Like they are waiting for the moment they're back in their kitchen. I wonder what they're planning? Whatever it is, I hope they take it on someone else. Highly unlikely they will, though.
Until I write again ...
There's now business like moo business? Hope they don't get frostbite.
LOL! Yes! I'll have to dig out the video camera now, thank you very much! And if they get frostbite and we have to amputate, that means seeing their hollow innards. Hmm.
I think they're figuring out how to make snow ice cream.
Bad, I know. Long day. Tired.
Darn, brneyedgal beat me to it!
I bet poor Bessie is freezing her little udders off.
I love cows! My whole kitchen is done in cows. I don't have cow wallpaper, but I do have cow border.
Hey, Just found your blog. We recently moved to Snyder, OK (about 4 hrs. sw of Tulsa - toward Wichita Falls, TX). We are from south Georgia.
Love your cows...
Our 4 children and 3 grandchildren live in Tulsa. All of them (not grandchildren) graduated from ORU. My husband went to seminary at ORU.
My daughter also posted pictures of the snow today at www.thelabouffs.blogspot.com
I'll be back to visit again!
They're working on making ice cream.
It looks like they're froze stiff!
It's all udderly ridiculous. (Sorry, just had to add that.)
Thanks, Flea! PW didn't update her lovestory today, but I got to see Fred and Bessie!
LOL!!! I'm going to hold a Name That Photo contest someday for Bessie and Fred. That's hilarious!
Well, do they have any choice? There is just so much snow everywhere, where else would they be, but in it?
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