Fall at the Barn


And this picture really has nothing to do with what I’m about to say, but I was driving down my road this morning and there were two cows in the road. But they weren’t my cows so I just laughed. I don’t know why I find it so immensely amusing when other people’s livestock is out, but maybe just because it’s usually mine.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 28, 2015  

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  1. 10-29

    :happyflower: I can understand how you felt, as many times you have had to chase down your cows. Nice to know your animals are now welled contained and safe.

  2. 10-29

    I understand what would make you laugh when you see they are not your cows. I just a laugh of happiness that you don’t have to stop and chase cows back in the pasture. I know because I have Been there Done that.. :snoopy:

  3. 10-31

    That is a relief laugh indeed :moo:

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