Friday, May 27, 2011

Pipo Koeien!!!






The "Pipo Koeien" phrase is a reference to an old Dutch Children's series I used to watch on TV in the 70's. Someone is warning Pipo (a clown) that cows are approaching. I know, it doesn't sound so funny when you have to explain it, but this was the phrase that immediately came to mind when I saw these cows last night.

Here are Pipo and his Mamalou and their wagon:



The cows were mooing loudly when I approached the fence too quickly but they stayed in their spots and let me enjoy them. Their fur (do you call it fur on a cow?) was so red and soft and I would really have liked petting them but they didn't come close enough...


The last picture of the cows reminded me of a cross-stitch pattern I came across the other day. It is 'La Vache Qui Rit' or the Laughing Cow as they call it here...

Yesterday I was working hard on a new bag design. I really like the one I made a couple of weeks ago and have been using it a lot, but it will be too small for when we go to Europe. So I wanted one like it but then bigger and with a flap on it. I will show you more tomorrow since today I have to go to Little Bit again which leaves me no time nor energy for creative stuff. Here is a little sneak peak though...

The mess during the creative process.
And yes, those are wine bottles next to the sewing machine!
I'll leave you with the following picture that I took in our backyard yesterday afternoon around 5pm. I thought it looked pretty and threatening at the same time!


Happy weekend to all of you, especially you Americans for this is Memorial Day Weekend: woot!
(3 days off)



4 comments:

  1. Love those cute dogs on your previous post!
    You have been one busy Momma, I love those calves how sweet they are with Momma! Happy weekend...enjoy!

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  2. I like cows. They give us milk. But lately they have given EHEC which is not fun at all.
    You are busy, I like the part where I can see the wine bottles, right now I'm having a G&T next to med tu cure my cold.....
    Love the dress you made!
    Aggie kram

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  3. The last picture is amazing! Did it rain later?
    You are so skilful with your sewing! I can't sew at all!
    Kram, Monica

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  4. Ha, nu weet ik de kreet Pipo, koeien! helemaal te plaatsen, al had ik natuurlijk meteen allemaal gedachten over Pipo!
    Groetjes!

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