Those blossoms must be very tasty. Great photo.
The cow must think so! I was lucky to see her.
Ah, bless her!Jane x
I was surprised how she was able to get her head under the barbed wire....
I wouldn't know about grass. Ours is under at least 2' of snow. lol I love that photo - it is priceless! I live in a land of dairy cows, so that scene is familiar to me and I never tire of it. :-)
I see it all the time, too, but this was a great opportunity to photograph her.
Love it. Thanks for a Monday morning giggle!
Glad I could help your Monday start with a giggle!
Yep-lovin' the green grass in my own backyard. Looks like Spring is finally here!
Hi Jan...except for the very cold temperatures last night...
How better to exemplify that adage!! I agree, look for happiness in your own backyard before wishing for a better life, XOXO
Thanks Susan...you saw what I was going for! Have a great week, Susan...
too funny. this makes me laugh!! love it! grass is always greener. we humans are just like cows. have a great week. ( :
Hi Beth....I really do have a good life! Lots of green grass....
You photo made me smile. Maybe your cow is just very thorough!
Hello Ms Sparrow....Smile is good! Isn't she a beautiful red cow...by the way, after I took her photo, she did move out from under the fence.
LOL! They always want what's on the other side, don't they? Cute photo!
Wow.... INSPITE of those barbed wires.
Good to read you are happy with your life. Love the photo! Groetjes, Gerda
Hi Meggie, just popped over to catch up. I have been a bit under the weather so was slow getting by this week. Love this photo. And I'm with you I like visiting others spots occasionally but there is no place like home ... love my little farm :)