I was a wacky funny child and I am still today a pretty weird and wacky lady. I am a baby boomer and now qualify for a AARP card. I have always found that normal day things are pretty funny. If it was strange and stupid it would happen to me. When it comes to luck I have non. I hope my stories bring a smile to your face and a chuckle or too.
Sunday, April 29, 2012
There is a fancy farm behind our house, I mean fountains, swimming pool etc. It is owned by a Doctor. He has over 5 acres and at the begining of the year there were 4 goats and 3 black angus steers. The goats are gone and so have 2 of the steers. We figure they are now on the dinner table. But they did leave 1 lonely steer, miss heffer. She would just roam all 5 acres by herself. It is so sad. Every day when Helmsley the dog and I go walking we would stop at the fence and talk to her. This morning she was mooing at us like crazy and really telling us a story. A friend of ours and his dog came to the park so we were talking to them and when I turned around because miss heffer was really talking we saw miss heffer now miss cow had a baby. It was born between last night and this morning. Since there was no baby yesterday. At first they were right at the fence so we could get a real good look. It is so tiny and its little legs wobble. Again no camera with me so I went home and when I came back they had moved farther away so the picture is not a closeup. Hopefully tonight they will be back at the fence so I can get a real good picture. We do have a answer to our question, why did they take the other 2 steers away and not her. She was lucky because she was going to have a baby.