Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Teenagers - Don't Have A Cow - Attitude

I am going to be introducing you to some of my neighbors and telling you all about the families. Today I want you to meet "The Teenagers"



I don't really know the ages of these three, but given their swaggery attitudes and disrespect for their parents...I am going with teenagers.

The Teenagers are always found hanging out at the outskirts of the family. They are busy being way too cool to join the babies and preschoolers, but way too smart and defiant to congregate with the older bunch. They have been known to experiment with the weeds on the wrong side of the fence.

When I went to go snap their picture, they walked boldly to where I stood with their chins held high and chests puffed out (If a cow could puff it's chest out, of course) Then Sam (who up until today was an Oriental rug sleeping spoiled house pet who has just begun to channel his inner cattle dog) decided it was time for a meet and greet as well.

Mom and Big Daddy called to the teenagers to back away and rejoin the family for safety against this apparently ominous threat called Sam (Yeah right) The teenagers in all their wisdom assumed the posture of "Don't Have A Cow, Mom and Big Daddy". Well, Mom and Big Daddy would have none of the attitude so Mom went to head butting The Teenagers back and Big Daddy came snorting to the closest threat.

Me.

I can't wait to introduce you to Big Daddy. I would have had pictures today of him, but I ran. So today we will just settle with getting to meet "The Teenagers"


There is a leader among the teenagers and the other two are the loyal lapdogs...err...lapcows? of this leader. The Teenage Leader has mastered the art of peer pressure and with a nod and flop of his/her (I am not sure) ears, the other two follow.

The Teenagers are a lot of fun to watch, but they sure give their parents a hard time.

5 comments:

Lucy and Ethel said...

We have the same neighbors, and they are FUN!!!

You will never want to move back to the city :)

Lucy

Mom of the Perpetually Grounded said...

That is just too funny!

Cindy said...

How funny!

I loved this!!!

Stuff could always be worse said...

What a great post, you are so right, they are teenagers!
kim

Bethany @ Organic Enchilada said...

I have some great memories of growing up with cows for neighbors. Sometimes they get pretty interesting. Sounds like you've discovered that though, so enjoy!

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