LIVE! LIVE! Life is a banquet, and some sorry sons of bitches are starving!
Her name is Bessie.
You becoming a dairy farmer was not on my bingo card.
HELL NO!!! Actually, a good friend of mine was down south and fell in love with her at an auction. Bessie will now reside her remaining years in Bucks County on her farm, Byoak Farm.
LOL @ Dave R!
What time is din-din?
I didn't think Lady Bunny ever rested?
Why yes, that heifer takes a break from time to time.
I heard you liked big fresh meat, but this is ridiculous.
You know I'm a size queen, and a dairy queen at that.
She's a big boned gal ....
My paternal grandmother was named Bessie. She was a bit rounder, otherwise it's a remarkable resemblance!
Bwahahahahahaha!!!!! I sure hope she didn't have hooves like this?
Where do you think I inherited mine?
Viva la vaca
Lovely lady, looking like all she needs now is to see out her retirement gracefully.
That's just it raybeard. A friend of mine and Bucks County texted me that picture. She bought her at an auction, and she will live out her remaining years in Bucks County at my friend's Farm.
I'm so glad to here that, bless her.
Bessie is a nice name. I looked for its etymology and its history: here is the result.
It must be nice to have fresh milk at the Casa.
Go ahead darling, tell me something fabulous!