Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
yes, heat. that's what it's all about, heat....yes.
Hi Max, welcome to the farm. It's always hard to fit in at first. Just you wait...Sam
Oh my!This reminds me of the eternal ad in Phoenix and around about a car dealer ship whose ad was always ending by “And that ain't No Bull!”
Max is a rented bull. He's here for a couple of months -- during which we hope all the ladies will be put in a family way. Then he goes back to his owner. He's a Milking Devon -- hence the horns. Our girls are Beef Devons which are naturally polled (hornless.)
What girl could resist that gorgeous horned guy!
All of this sexy talk is blowing my internal thermostat off the grid!
ha. its all about timing big guy...give them just a bit and they wont be able to help themselves...
Paraphrasing Lou Reed, and the kittehs say, deet da deet deet deet, dotta deet deet deet...and so on.Lots going on in your neighborhood, Vicki.xo
Now Ole Max has the dream job
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