Day 11 with the Overherd

If there were dreams, I don’t remember them, which is just as well. Overcow was still in my arms (and we were both underneath the blankets, so this is probably the only way for me to reliably hang onto stuffed animals).

Cozy Cow was settled in at my side, so I could hold Overcow in one arm and rest the other over Cozy Cow’s soft, massive back. Ike sat at the top of the wedge. Not sure what he does up there, but it must be important.

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2 thoughts on “Day 11 with the Overherd

  1. *sings quietly* “All night, all day, Ike is watching over me.”

    I can understand your concern about keeping your cows clean, but don’t worry about wearing them out. Normal use of stuffed animals involves not only holding but squeezing, dragging, and gnawing (toddlers, you know). Gund is an experienced manufacturer of stuffed animals. Their products should stand up to anything you’re likely to do.

  2. Oooooh. That makes sense. (Stuffed animals: I do not know how they are normally used.)

    *goes to squeeze the gibbitytildits out of the Overherd*

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