Sunday, September 12, 2010

Once Upon A Time...

There was a cow named Jani.


She went to live with a family on a little farm in Oregon.

When she grew lonely of her solitary life, she was joined by Mattie.

The two became best of friends...

Mattie thought her human was okay, too.

They lived a good life, ate lots of good grass...

Roamed wide fields with their human...

And, of course, gave lots of yummy milk.

But Mattie and Jani needed a boyfriend...

Unfortunately, the one they found was a dork named Fred...

But it turned out all right in the end, and Cocoa and Chestnut were born...

and another cute girl came to join them.

Then their peaceful Jersey lives were overturned by the arrival of...

a holstein named Nevada...

who liked to knock down fences.

Their lives would never be the same again...

9 comments:

Sarah said...

OHMYGOSH!!! Haha! Oh, I'll be serious now. Is she really all that naughty?

Garden of Glory said...

Her former owners are lost, and she's trying to find them ;) She'll settle down and forget all about them in about a week. Her height is a definite advantage in trodding down flimsy wire fencing, but she respects electric wire and I think everything is solved, now!

Megan said...

Would Nevada be the cow I kept hearing about at Church?
I was informed briefly that your absence was due to a 'crazy cow' that had knocked over your fence, or some such thing. :)

Your cows are all adorable, though I would probably not go so far as to kiss any of them. ;P
Crazy.

Krista M.V. said...

LOL! :'( Those poor Jerseys!! Nevada doesn't sound very nice. :P

Haa, haa, Megan! I would kiss one on the nose (if it wasn't too dirty). :P They are so cute!! I want a cow now.

Christi said...

Em, it sounds like you got yourself a handful!

King's child said...

At least she's cute!! ;D I'm still chuckling at the thought of you actually having a holstein.... Never expected that! ;)

~Caity

Garden of Glory said...

Nevada is a sweetheart <3 It took a while to get used to her size and different personality, but she is behaving well and I think she is starting to like me :)

gretchen said...

the calves are so adorable! they are very photogenic too. You've trained them well. :)

Karen said...

"dork named Fred..." hahaha!