The Naughty Cow – A Lesson In Patience and Persistence

“I will prepare and some day my chance will come.” 
~ Abraham Lincoln

It’s no secret that Daisy Mae is one of my favourite animals on the planet. That’s her, on the far right in the photo above. She’s hiding (or so she thinks!) as she peeks through the fence at me. As soon as I turn my back she will nudge the gate to see if it can be pushed open.

She’s clever. If the gate was able to be pushed she wouldn’t rush into the house paddock. No! The other cows would follow her. I would chase her out. So, if the gate can be pushed she will wait, and then sneak in later so she can munch on my gardens at leisure.

When she was a small calf she would sneak under the fence and romp in the garden with my dogs, eat all my petunias and come up on the veranda to drink out of the dog bowl.

So, who do you think might have eaten all the petunias in the pots by our front door recently? And the tops out of all the newly planted fruit trees?

They did leave big hoof prints in the soft muddy ground. But the gate had been pushed shut, mostly. Almost the perfect crime.

Does this look like a guilty face to you?

Hi! I'm Nicole Cody. I am a writer, psychic, metaphysical teacher and organic farmer. I love to read, cook, walk on the beach, dance in the rain and grow things. Sometimes, to entertain my cows, I dance in my gumboots. Gumboot dancing is very under-rated.
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9 thoughts on “The Naughty Cow – A Lesson In Patience and Persistence

  1. Honestly, before I started to read your blog I didn´t know, that Australia is so green. In my imagination Australia was only Outback. Dry and dusty.

  2. Definitely and guilty face ! It makes me miss having cattle – there is something special about them and you can just get lost in their beautiful big eyes 😄

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