Punster’s Lawn Cow Brings Smiles During Stressful Coronavirus Lockdown
What good is a lawn cow if she’s not making neighbors smile?
Full disclosure on this lawn cow.
She’s not just any cow.
She happens to be a friend.
Well, the cow of my good friend, Tracy Field.
We go back to Stanford days.
Tracy and I.
Not the cow.
The cow showed up a few years ago as a birthday present and she’s been a regular fixture in front of Tracy’s Atlanta home ever since.
Her name is Priscilla.
The baby cow showed up later.
You could call it the im-milk-culate conception, cause no one has seen any sign of any daddy…and that’s no bull.
The baby is Lisa Marie.
You getting the idea that Tracy is a huge Elvis fan?
For her 40th birthday, we all did a road trip to Graceland. Blue Maybelline eye shadow was required.
Tracy has been making her neighborhood smile for years with the different puns she expresses through Priscilla.
Tracy shared she was a little concerned it was too soon to be making COVID-19 jokes. She’s an attorney specializing in healthcare and hospital issues. She knows very well how serious the situation is.
Then she sees the smiles of neighbors as they pass and she knows a little humor is the vitamin boost we all need in these challenging times.
The local news even came out and did a story with Tracy and her cows.
Your best cow puns?
Go ahead–leave your best cow pun in the Comments section below.
By the way, if you’re looking for a GREAT book and you happen to love cows, you’ll want to dive into this beautiful novel, “One Good Mama Bone,” by Bren McClain.