Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Cow Cow Boogie

M-o-o-o-chos Grassy-oats!!!

To all our old customers and friends who dropped in to see us...thank you.

To all the brand new ones who found us in our pasture cow palace...the pleasure was all ours.

To everyone who encouraged and supported us in this mo-o-ove...our heart felt thanks.

We think every one of y'all is udderly delightful.
To Al and Sue, for allowing us to stay in their charming cabin in the woods and share their bucolic mornings of wildflowers, deer and grazing cows and for nights spent gazing at the Milky Way in a big Texas sky, thank you so much.

Who knew a traffic jam in the country consists of cows in the middle of the drive or that the Big Dipper was filled to the brim?

What a perfect way to begin each day and come home to at night.

If it's true happy cows are contented cows...

just call us Elsie and Beauregard.


To Robelyn for being my very own Red.Neck aide-de-camp and for knowing that even if I brought my camera, I'd never have the time to take it out of the case.  You were there to ensure photos were taken and to try and keep me linear.  You kept things...and Cat Daddy...snappy-happy and churning.  For keeping me focused and for sharing your incredible talent for capturing beautiful images, I am forever indebted. 

To Liz and Fran for taking time off to help corral the chaos that was space 9 and for enduring the herds of fire ants...thank you.  Y'all went above and beyond the call of duty.

Y'all three milked it for all it was worth...and I was the happy recipient of your amazing tail swishin'.

Over the moon and back Chickie Baby and Girls...that's how much I love y'all.

To Ashley and  Marburger Farm Antique Show for allowing us to be part of such a beautiful, well ran show...thank you, thank you, thank you.

Marburger Farm truly is the land of milk and honey for antiques.

And finally to my Cat Daddy...my very own bull in the china closet.

My good right-hand cow-hand...ain't no flies on you!

Thank you for patiently waiting each morning while I rounded up my bling and braided my locks.  You put up with a lot of chewing the cud from a bevy of bovine femaleness of which most men would stampede from, but not you.  You're no cow-ard.

For refraining from cow tipping when I was sleeping standing up and for keeping the bull corn to a minimum...thank you.  I know it was a stretch.

You saw to it I was fed on a daily basis...and thanks to you...I returned home the fatted calf.

For Blue Bell drumsticks in the freezer, BBQ served up under the tent, and coffee with extra cream every morning...you know what I like.

And mostly...I like love you...and will 'til the cows come home!

(All photos are the sole property of Red.Neck Chic. She worked her little rump roast off shooting 'em and I'd appreciate it if you'd let her know how much you love 'em too!)

Success isn't always measured in the makin' or countin' of milk money.

Sometimes it's measured in gallons of laughter, buckets of love and the warm, endless flow from the milk of human kindness.

I am a rich woman...albeit a tad dirty and tired one.

I do believe I'm gonna go take a milk bath now and reflect in the wonder at the blue ribbon winners who are the butter on my biscuit.

How blessed am I?

My cup o'chocolate milk runneth over.

 

19 comments:

Olive Cooper said...

Hey you blessed gal, love that image of you two. You are so right about so much:} xo, olive

junkology said...

Pretty sure you and the CD and the chickie baby already know how much I love you and the things you do...It's always a pleasure to spend time together in dirt. Looking forward to next time...

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

Awe that was a great post! You do have a way with words...

Stephanie said...

Great post - glad you had a good show - sounds like you came back with a full heart and an empty trailer!

Pam @ Frippery said...

You sure can milk a theme girl. Love this post and I am glad you are home safe and sound. It appears that Marburger was a great success and you of course are the cream of the crop when it comes to telling a tale, or tail.
LYttH, Pammie

holli said...

So glad to hear your week at Marburger was a success. I am so crazy sad that i missed it but i'll catch you next time. As for your friend MS REDNECK CHIC, well i think she's a keeper! I cant wait to see all the pics that she took. You and Cat Daddy are just precious.

Bohemian said...

Oh what a Lovely Tribute to all of your Inner Circle that make Life worth Livin'! Just Beautiful... and I can hardly wait 'til everyone here in the Land of Blog begins to Share their Images of the Show... it's still on my 'Bucket List'... some day... some day...

Blessings from the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian

Bliss said...

You're just a funny gal and talented writer too.

Bliss

Dixie said...

Well said as always sweet Deb. Robelyn did an excellent job as your staff photographer. Give that girl a milkyway... the dark chocolate kind!

hugs. Dixie

Dixie said...

ps... are those lovely bovines Charlois? They're my favorites for just standing around in the pasture... :)

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said...

I knew you would sum this show up like no other (or should I say udder?)!
The photos are just perfect...can't wait to see more!

Tricia LeTempt said...

Love this! Great photos! Goooooo Robelyn !

Shabby Vintage Junk said...

Deb I'm SO GLAD you had a GREAT Show....You deserve it Lovey....!!!!!

I only WISH I could have seen you in action at Marburger....Maybe next March....!!!!!

Cheers from Oz,
Tamarah xx

Faded Charm said...

Sounds like you had a great show and am sure you've been resting up these last few days:-)

Take care,
Kathleen

Low Tide High Style said...

Red Neck Chic did a great job with the photos, and congratulations on a wonderful show!

Kat

lisa Moran, Bilancia Designs said...

What a beautiful picture of the two of you!
I stopped by to say hello to my favorite "writer" and to start my morning with a big ol' smile.
Yup, you did it again. :)
Wishing you a beautiful week, Deb. xo

Denise said...

Hey "Elsie" sounds like you had a wonderful show! If you could make it to Oklahoma in November, that would be wonderful. Would love to meet you. You keep me laughing with your blog, In person.....what fun that would be!!!

Prior said...

aww, I love your stories and the illustrations are great, too! Can't wait to see you at the Junk Hippy Roadshow!

Lezlee

Rebecca said...

Holy Cow... you are amazing :) Sounds as though you had a wonderful time. I hope it all went well and you made some moo-la too.
Looking at coming down your way on the 4th... will be there for 2 weeks.
Looking so forward to visiting or in your world chewing the cud... that really sounds bad :)
Blessings
RE