Thankful Thursday


Thankful to be in a cozy, warm house this morning with continuing electric service.  It's the little things, you know.  

I snapped this picture of this Mama Cow and her new calf just a few days ago.  One of my country neighbors had several calves born during the last snowstorm and, what looks to be a set of twins.  Thus far, I have been unable to capture the twins on camera.  

Linking up with Teresa today!  Pay her a visit, if you haven't before!  




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  1. The calf looks so tiny compared to momma, cute capture.. Have a happy day!

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  2. Awww, I always love to see the baby calves!!

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  3. I'm counting on March to do it's job and blow winter on out of town. LOL Seriously, I hope this was the last of the ice storms for at least 9 more months. Have a great day!

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  4. That is a cute picture. Great tie-in with fences too! Looking forward to your Friday 5!

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  5. Beautiful picture :)
    I love the little one :))
    Have a beautiful day
    【ツ】Knipsa

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  6. hehehe, it is the "little" things!!! what a great image, mama cow with her adorable calf. this is special indeed!!!!!

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  7. Sweet view beyond that fence!

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  8. adorable! i noticed a mama cow and her twins down the road here, too!

    and we had more sleet, snow and wind last night, too. i woke up grateful for power and SUNSHINE! woo hoo!

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  9. Perfect picture regarding fencing. You sure need a fence with the calf as they are like a puppy. They are rather joyful and love to bounce about. I know the wee babe deer they prance around in the yard so nice to see but they are wild.

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  10. Cute shot. The little things ARE the big things.

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  11. Michelle, you and your family stay warm and safe, okay? Looks to be a nasty day or two. It's drizzling here at the moment but don't know what the rest of the day and evening will bring.

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  12. Indeed, staying warm in the cold that you have is something to be thankful for.

    What a beautiful cow and her sweet calf.

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  13. I really like this, we hope to see the others soon...

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  14. Oh I love the picture of mama and Bebee cow, sweet.Blessings Francine.

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  15. With the hot and cold crazy winter we've had, I have noticed the spring calves coming a little early.

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  16. Another thirty below morning here in the north.. very hard on calving for our farm friends!
    Sweet photo, and hoping you all continue to recover after the storms.

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  17. A sweet photo of mama with her calf. Snow has been falling for several hours here.

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  18. I hope that sweet calf is in the barn today. Too much snow. xo Laura

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  19. Cows are the best neighbors. I hope you get the twins photo.. cute stuff. We have 2 horses on one side of us and some on the other side too. The pasture across from us used to be a Black Angus herd and I loved seeing the calves in the spring. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  20. Hey girl......hope you all missed this last batch of snow and ice that we got last night. Great shot of the mama and her babe. Keep warm and keep the awesome photos coming...

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    1. Shug, we received a layer of sleet last night and another 8 inches of snow this morning. Come on spring!

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  21. Always nice to be warm and cozy inside when it's not so warm and cozy outside. - That is a great photo of the mama cow and her baby behind the fencing. I really liked it.

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  22. Michelle, a somehow broud mum, don't you think so? Sweet little baby and a wonderful shot. Wish you a wonderful time and sun, sun, sun - spring is right around the corner - hope it will stop to hide
    Elisabeth

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  23. New life! That must mean spring is right around the corner, thank goodness!

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  24. There's a farm, situation on the crest of hill, heading into the city. Each April the cows and newborns are out in the fields along the road early. Can I really use this word? Cute.

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  25. The cow seem to be enjoying having her picture taken. Looking right into the camera. It has always been the little things in life that means the most to me.

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  26. Looking happy, both of them! Stay warm!

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  27. Come on Spring! Our 3 inches of snow is now melting...

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  28. Good looking cow, I would like to have some of those!

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  29. We are seeing lots of calves around the neighborhood. Great shot!

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  30. Lovely picture, it has a real timeless quality..

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  31. Love the pic! I've just come back from 2 days at my parents house where they had no electricity or heat for 2 days! It was wonderful to hear the furnace click on this afternoon!

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  32. Mama is sure a sturdy girl. (And electricity is something most people take for granted until there is an outage.)

    Thanks for the update on the girl of the family. I hope she is having a good school year and has a good softball season, even if the start is a bit delayed.

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  33. Mama cow looks so big beside her calf

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  34. love the cows! cool shot behind the fence.
    i hope you can get both calves together in a shot one day.

    here's hoping for spring weather to come creeping in! have a nice weekend!

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  35. I hope that mother takes good care of such a tiny calf in that harsh weather, They do make a lovely picture!

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  36. Electricity isn't a small thing, something we learn over and over when we don't have it. :))

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  37. Very nice shot of the cow and calf! Electricity is one of those things we rarely remember how grateful we are for until it goes out.

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