Dateline: The boonies, Michael and Sarah’s farm, Sunday afternoon.
A two-year-old dairy heifer.
Grazing undisturbed in bucolic country charm.
Lo, she is alerted from her pastoral ease by an odd arrival.
Hark, what mischief awaits….
….in yonder trailer?
Go forth, young heifer, and multiply!
And then, yes, then….
….the world she had known since birth vanished in the rearview window.
But her new world at Sassafras Farm could barely wait to greet her!
….and secret conversations.
Then they all ran away together….
….to get to know each other, share their favorite colors and TV shows, and exchange ideas for baby names.
I think they like each other, they really like each other!
Or they were hazing Blossom and they just didn’t want us to see.
Just kidding! Our new Jersey-Brown Swiss dairy heifer seems to be fitting in nicely with the rest of the girls and Beau. That’s the bull–he finally has a name.
Blossom is due to calve in June. Glory Bee, Dumplin, and Moon Pie are due in April. Bring on the calves, I’m ready!