Almost every time I go to the creek, I see something interesting. And they usually come by the dozens. Recently, I took a drive there with the intention of saying the Rosary while I was there, as it's a peaceful and restful place with no interruptions. I thought I saw something black sitting on the grass next to the creek, and then they started coming.
One by one, these cattle slowly walked to the creek.
There was even a calf trying to keep up with the rest.
It was a surprise to see them, because they tend to graze at the cow farm that is about five minutes away, which you can see in the distance. There were so many of them!
A couple of them got so close that I could almost reach out and touch their whorls of hair, which a cow has right between their eyes.
This yellow flowering plant graces all the fields around here this time of year. I'm not sure what it is, so if anyone can identify it, I'd love to know.
My Rosary broke, so I've been wanting to get a new one. I asked the Priest if he had any Rosaries that I could have, and when I got to the church, he had about five in his hand. They were all plastic, except for one, which belonged to the Priest. One of them was a unique green color that was pretty. He said he wanted me to have his personal Rosary, which has black beads and is very nice. I thought that was so special of him, and I will keep it forever.
It's always a pleasant time driving to the creek.