Because my Hubby loves cows so much, I tend to buy a few cow trinkets because they remind me of him. I mostly buy small stuff, like his carved cow Christmas tree ornament. We even still have the feed bucket he used to use to feed his cows. It is one of those sentimental things I refuse to get rid of.
So, when you saw the title of this post, I can only imagine what came to your mind. Was it something like this?
No, no, no! The 80's Holsteins aren't exactly what I had in mind, although I will admit that I did have a fondness for them way back when and I'm only admitting that to y'all. Tell anyone else and I'll deny it to the end!
So, remember when Hubby and I were away in Eureka Springs a few weeks ago? Remember that I told y'all my phone died and I lost my pictures? Well, Hubby apparently managed to save a few of them and forgot to tell me about it. You see, one of the places I've always wanted to go in Eureka Springs is a little shop called Vintage Cargo. For some reason, we'd never made it there before this year. As we were admiring the amazing things in this store, we turned the corner and came upon this:
This is actually the small version. There was a large version we spotted first but I couldn't get a good picture of it. We asked how much it was. The guy who worked there told us that the price had been recently lowered to $680. Well, $680 is just pocket change for me (can you sense the sarcasm dripping from that sentence?). Hubby asked me where I would want to put it if we could buy it. "The kitchen" was my response. So, do you think it's weird to put a cow painting in the kitchen?
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I think it worked for her. Very country chic.