Cows have personalities. That’s why I love this picture.
These girls have really gotten friendly during feeding season. I’ve patted their backs even.
When I go out to feed, we cut the net wrap off the bales before we unroll them and these girls are eager to get the first few bites.
These cows don’t push on me and they aren’t rude, they’re just there, ready to eat as soon as possible. They seem to enjoy life and they don’t care who is watching them. They don’t even notice they’ve got food all over their chins.
They’re purely content.
Granted, animals are simpler than humans in many ways, but watching the cows is a blessing because it reminds me to keep life simple.
It’s easy to over complicate.
Perhaps it’s too many plans in the schedule or relationships that require more attention than anticipated. Maybe we complicate life with our thoughts–worrying about what other people think or accidentally gravitating towards performance rather than authentic living. So many factors filter into overcomplicating.
Cows just live.
They soak in the sun. They eat when they’re hungry; they drink when they’re thirsty. They rely on us to bring them food when it’s not available to forage.
The simple life.
I long for simplicity.
Snapping this photo of these girls is a fun reminder to keep life simple. To me, they look happy, uninhibited. May we all proceed with sincere joy in life’s simple moments–they often remind us of what matters and what doesn’t.
What reminds you of simplicity?