It’s been calving Season here for a few weeks now. Yesterday, we drove to check on the three blue bird boxes we recently hung to see if any birds had claimed their new homes. Sadly, we found three empty boxes, luckily I have a blue bird cam on my Blog. I have prepared myself for the idea that maybe no blue birds will arrive to live on our happy little blue bird trail. I will post pictures in the near future of the cute little houses. It took everything I had not to paint and bedazzled them. On the way to checking on the blue bird boxes we notice a lone cow in the field and her very brand new shaky knee calf. Navar asked me if I wanted a picture and I said lets not make the mother nervous she has enough to deal with, the shock of where did this come from and that came out who? The umbilical cord was still long and hanging. I congratulated her and welcomed the new little calf into the world as we drove by slowly. I’m new enough to the area I still talk to cows. I see them as a ready-made audience, their very attentive listeners. Speaking of caving Season we were at the Vet the other day because of having two sick animals we are always going to the Vet for one thing or another. As we were walking out of the Vet’s office a young couple coming into the office, I held the door for them as the gentleman was carrying a small black calf in his arms . With sweet concern on their faces, I could not help but quietly say ” Awww…. SO Cute.” Not sure what was wrong with the sweet little cow. I got into the car and ask Navar where are we? He said ” We are in Farm and Ranch Country!”
I noticed after an hour or so after being up this morning our two cats and Makwa our dog all went back to sleep. How are you with daylight savings time? Do you have daylight savings time where you live? I find it a lot easier to Fall back then to Spring ahead.