Hey Guys! How are you? We are doing good! Things have slowed down just a bit…and that is always nice. I hope that Monday treated you good and that Tuesday did the very same. It’s almost time to put your jammies on now! I thought that I would share a bit of our cow decor today. Some of it…you have already seen. Some may be new. I actually saw a couple of black bulls that were salt and pepper shakers once. Why didn’t I pick those up?
Aren’t cows sweet? I try to add a bit here and there without going into the cowboy theme. A friend and I were visiting about that over the weekend. I am more of a farmhouse kind of gal…so I stick with that. I do appreciate other styles that are not my own though. Isn’t it fun that we are not all the same?
Our real cows are going to be calving soon. That is sooooo exciting. Fancy, Daisy, and MoonPie, will have little ones jumping around before long, Lord willing. I have a sneaking suspicion that one of them will be named Rosie, if there is a heifer in the bunch. Our daughter likes that name. If they were all heifers, that will be great with us. We shall see! I will let you know!
I have been thinking about changing things up in our room. Since I robbed our dresser of it’s mirror…I really need to find something to replace it. The first time that I tried to look in the mirror, in there, was a shocker. lol! I will be on the hunt…I can assure you. I have always wanted a map desk in there too. Maybe someday I will run across one.
I hope that you enjoy the rest of your Tuesday evening. I am trying to get back into the blogging groove. Bear with me, Sweet Dirt Roaders.
Love from the Farmhouse,
p.s. To my sweet friend Valerie: Your card came at just the right time. Thank you so very much. Love you!!!
I so need to be further educated. What is a ” map desk ?” My mother n law likes cow decor. I find it hard to find just the right thing for her. Yours are adorable 🙂
Carol…Thank you. A map desk is sort of like a big library table. Big enough to spread a map out on. Yes…cow decor can be tricky. I love what they have now…so much more than just Holsteins. xx k.
Lisa Merritt said:
I love to read your blog. I feel like I’ve know you for eons. Thanks for the refreshing blog today.
Lisa…Thank you so very much! xx k.
Michelle Buchanan said:
As always, I enjoyed the blog! I love that you all are getting into cattle farming, my Mister & I are fixing to sell some of our old girls, the ones I brought with me, when we got married & some that we got shortly after. I have struggled a little with them leaving, but with prayer, a good hug from my Mister & the promise that we’d get some Herefords (my favorites) ;-), when we go to buy back, I am at peace. I may end up with a picture of them in my dining room though. 🙂 Thanks for the bright spot in my morning!
Michelle…I totally get that. Our Granddad kept a small herd of Black Angus and they became pets. ;). It’s so easy to get attached and I am a very sentimental person…to boot. Herefords are beautiful though. How exciting…a new adventure! Thank you so much for the sweet words. xx k.