Monday, May 9, 2016

Cow love



The cows arrived last week. No they are playing their cow bell symphony day and night. WE love it! They are young cows and the day they arrived (I heard them come up our road!!!) I ran outside to snap some pictures of their happy jumps and runs across the field. They are totally bonkers this year I have to say, sprinting up and down the hill. I love cows... They are so pretty. Big eyes, long eye lashes, pink noses, beautiful maroon brown and creamy white. Fluffy ears. Have you ever thought about what a cow really looks like?

The other day I was putting up laundry outside and heard my husband call out from the kitchen window:
"No! You can't put the laundry there. If you do I can't see the cows." 
We all love having them around. Watching them, hearing them... They make us feel one with nature. I feel lucky to have them so close to our home. I feel lucky that they are a part of my children's lives and will be a fond memory form their childhood when they grow up. I feel lucky to live in the country. Yeah... I'm a country girl inside and out. Wouldn't swap it to a big city ever.



Kärlek
Annette


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12 comments :

  1. Perfect life! We have 5 horses, hens/chickens, bunnies, cats and dogs at the farm were we live.Not Our animals, we have dogs and bunnies. We rent an old house here and it is Perfect.
    Enjoy this day and be thankful for a peacefull childhood for Our kids.

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  2. I, too, love cows but live in the city so I can't have any of my own. Yours are darling. I loved to see them running and jumping in your photos. My uncle had a farm and in my childhood I would love to visit and milk the cows. I even talked to them. Am I crazy to admit that? :-)
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  3. What a lovely pictures, I like the close-up , great
    With warm wishes
    Manon

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  4. Another country girl here, through and through! Whenever I see those tags in their ears it reminds me of when my oldest was small and would say "look they have earrings!" Those are beauties, and love the bells. I wish the ones here wore them still.

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  5. What gorgeous photos, Annette. I simply love the close-up (though those flies make me a little twitchy!) You are so lucky living in such close proximity, I can only imagine how soothing the clank of their bells must be.

    Thanks so much for your kindness and encouragement recently, you're a gem. xxx

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  6. I had that kind of a childhood, the cows, the countryside and loved it. Your kids are very lucky. xx

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  7. Hi Annette,
    Love the cows. I'm another country girl brought up on a large estate where my parents and grandparents worked. I used to wonder around the green fields and the riverbank all day. The gardens of the house were like a fairy grotto and there was an old tree with huge fungus growing on the bark which we called the fairy tree. I used to play in the fields when they were hay making and loved the donkeys and the cattle and sheep. Now I live in a large town.....still craving the country life and the quiet.
    Hugs Julie xxx

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  8. I've never seen running cows. It's surprise for me. They have beautiful pattern as if someone spilled milk on them.

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  9. I was brought up in the country too. Fond memories if being in the parlour at milking time, the strangely sweet smell of them eating the grass, oh and being chased by heifers across a field. Scary.....

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  10. Oh i'm scared of cows, there happy running in your eyes, is like Omg there going to get me in my eyes. But they "look" nice on the pictures.
    Xxx Sofie

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  11. How wonderful. How long do they usually stay in the field for? x x

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  12. I love cows too and when I had my little farm they were in a field right across the driveway and my kids grew up being "babysat/watched" by the cows! LOL! I used to greet them as my windows were open and they were right outside my kitchen window. Fond memories and I understand why your husband said that! LOL!

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Kärlek
Annette

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