July 7, 2009


I took this photo Sunday at my parent's house. A group of cows came into the pasture next door, and Romie ran up to them to greet them! Even though Romie is only 10 pounds, she thinks she's the size of a cow! She touched noses with them, and even let one lick her until half of her face was completely wet! It was so funny to watch!

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  1. We call them moo-cow's too!! Such an adorable pic :) xo Nan

  2. Thank you for stopping by Carleigh's blog. I love her name too. :) I'm so sorry for the loss of your precious babies. It just aches my heart to hear that. (((hugs))) I pray that God does bless you with a sweet little girl. I would love to know when you receive the good news in the future. (I'm following you now too so that I can keep up with you!) ;)

    Your photo is just so neat! Is you dog wearing a sweater? I love how the cow is nuzzling against her.

  3. Great photo.
    Your babies are beautiful also, I pray for you comfort and peace. Thank you for sharing your story.

  4. Aww that is too cute!!

    I just read your story and I am so sorry to here about your angels. I will say a prayer for you and your family. I will pray for you to find joy through all of this.

  5. Here from the blog hop.

    I absolutely love the photo of the moo-cow w/ your furbaby! I giggled at the image in my head of the cow licking the dog until she was wet. I can image how funny it must have been to watch.

    Your angels are beautiful. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. May you have peace and joy in the days ahead.

    With much aloha! V

  6. that is one of the best pictures ever, thank you so much for posting it! the boys are in love with cows, so I cannot wait to show them. take care! Brooke

  7. Awww How cute!! The dog isn't afraid! Too cute!

  8. Great picture!! It almost looks fake it's so cute!
    I am so sorry about your babies...you are in my prayers.


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