Just posting some mix and match photos of summer. Don't really have anything to say about them much . . . . I just want to record the fact that summer was and right now still is. Little Beau is no longer little, so now we are calling him Beau. The fact is: he still [...]
This cow drove me crazy when I first started taking photos at this field. She was younger and always in my face! I could hardly take photos of the other cows because she was determined to be in all the photos. Little has changed. Over the past year, she has stolen my camera bag once, [...]
The main thing I have learned about being around cows is that they are curious. The second thing I have learned is that they are very social. I call the cow on the right Bosco! I named her that after the chocolate syrup I loved as a child and the syrup my parents grew up [...]
For those of you that don't follow me on Facebook, I want to share the good news! I'm now NED (No Evidence of Disease). The scans that I had last week came back clear and my cancer pointer numbers are low. Praise God for His care and faithfulness.
Wow! Chip, the cow dog, usually doesn't get this close to cows simply because he has this crazy love for them. I hesitate to let him walk with me in the fields because I'm afraid he would run up under the hoofs! And besides, dogs and cows can be very messy. Last Sunday, I went [...]
Usually, when we walk into this field the cows just stand and look at me. I always think they are wondering what I will do next, This super crazy lady is back! But that was not the case on Sunday evening. Suddenly, we had their full attention and they came running from the opposite end [...]
Sunset times are the best for being with the cows in Toccoa. There's a little hidden place where I go to "walk among the cows." The babies are curious but skittish. The adults will let me walk up to them, and they will even check out my camera. I'm very careful around the bulls. (Guess [...]
I love gray days in the mountains and yesterday was no exception. We went for a short ride to Black Mountain Lake before returning to cook for New Year's. I had actually thought we would go for a short walk—my first since last July and before I first heard the "cancer" word. Once we got [...]