Another interesting animal tale. On your way out of town, there is the Mason Home, used to be an old farm, and they still keep animals in the pasture, lots of cows and at this time of year, even a bull. They also have a donkey to help keep the coyotes out of the pasture. He usually hangs with the cows, kind of thinks of himself as an honorary cow, you know. But the farm next to the Mason Home has three pleasure horses, and when the horses are out, the donkey forgets that he's a cow and tries to hang out with the horses instead. He's got his head over the fence chatting up the mares. The cows are all laid back, relaxing in the sun, and Mr. Donkey thinks he's a player, coaxing the girls to the fence, and about the time they want to chat, he acts like it was their idea. Mr. Donkey is as cute as a button too. Laughed my butt off when we went out of town, and he had his neck all stretched out coaxing mares, and when we came back into town a couple of hours later, the mares had their necks all stretched out trying to talk to him. He's a lady's man after all.
Hey guys, you know that post I did about everyone else having too much free time, while I never seem to have any? Well, just ignore it while reading this post, because I apparently do have too much free time to make observations about cats, cows, and donkeys. Talk to you soon,
P.S. I think I've found another author to add to my list, Lynda Hilburn is a guest blogger on Bitten By Books @ http://bittenbybooks.com/?p=3930. She writes paranormal (vampire novels)and from what I've read, seems pretty good. Her website is http://www.lyndahilburnauthor.com and she participates in the blog @
http://paranormalityuniverse.blogspot.com. If you'd like to take a peek at her work, visit any of these sites. Paranormal romance, especially vampire romance, is fun and easy to read, if you haven't tried it, maybe you should take the opportunity to try it out.