This my friends, is Princess Indigo, a true blue-blood guernsey cow who happens to be a cousin of the purple cow (July 20 post) on their father's side. Princess (as she prefers to be called) is very particular about her appearance hence the hair ribbon, permed tail, rouged lips and udder -- I'm wagering she has a rhinestone stuck in her naval for more sex appeal. However, the real story of this card would be the birds. It is that time of year when birds pull up stakes and head south. For their journey, they pack their hobo sacks with clean underwear and snacks in anticipation of the long migration. In actuality, they are moo-ved from one cow to the next, up and down the field, day in, day out, until springtime and they arrive back at the exact same place they departed from in the fall, the north corner, never the wiser that they never left the pasture, let alone the state. Sigh, silly birds.
If you guessed this crack-me-up and make-me-laugh image is from the imagination of Brian Lock, you are absolutely correct. This image as well as many other fun images can be found at The Digi Shack. Be sure to check the other creations from my shack sistahs by clicking on their link on my sidebar.