Thank You for the butter I am generously spreading on my bread. I have a breakfast.
The piece of bread is of course gluten free. And butter… oh, I know about cholesterol which is potentially bad for my health. But I love butter. It smells fantastically and it looks as divine honey. What’s the pleasure and the gift I have at this morning!
Inspiring by butter and cream in my coffee I enjoy creating my opera “Mademoiselle Butterfat”.
My dear friend, her name is Ollie Joy, is a beautiful and gentle cow.
She loves traveling and this is her last selfie
She took in Amsterdam.
I met her in Ventspils, Latvia, we introduced on the Parade of Cows.
Ollie enjoys a new places and
Has a dream to visit all countries
She watches about at Discovery channel.
Ollie was named by her famous grandmother –Elm Farm Ollie,
Grandmother adventures are around the airplane flight
She took on Feb. 18, 1930, to the International Aircraft Exposition at St. Louis.
Because she was such an unusually productive dairy cow —
And required three daily milkings —
She was put to work in-flight.
As the story goes, she ate her usual feed and produced 24 quarts of milk!
She inspired to create lyric opera, “Madame “Butterfat”.
It tells the tale of one Farmer Brown, whose farm was about to go under.
A couple of salesmen offered him money for Elm Farm Ollie
So that they could fly her in a plane and milk her.
Farmer Brown loved the cow but had no choice; he sold her.
The men planned to sell the milk with big price and have a lot of money,
but Ollie said that if the men didn’t give the milk to the needy,
“I’ll make the biggest cow pie that you have ever seen
So follow well my orders or I will be obscene.”
Sensibly, they complied.
Ha-ha-ha! What’s the girl!
Two girls are talking on the bench.
I love the story of her grandmother –
“Sing we praises of that moo cow,
Airborne once and ever more,
Kindness, courage, butter, cream cheese,
These fine things we can’t ignore.”
We are singing “Bovine Cantata in B flat,”
Please enjoy the opera and love your breakfast creating your own masterpiece, singing and laughing about everything you see! As I love my “Mademoiselle Butterfat”.
Have a beautiful day!
3 thoughts on “Mademoiselle Butterfat”
The whole process for cows I find quite sad and sometimes totally horrifically upsetting. All the way from being inseminated in their teens, through to having the calf taken away year after year after year being milked and when spent… Well it’s all just sad and humans, what are we?
I agree than in a milk factory the process is sad, but you know my grandmother has a cow, and milking with care in natural way is good. Unfortunately bespoken food with caring is a luxury for most of us. Thank you for your attention to the problem. And I am glad to see your comment.
Blessings towards a kinder life for all of us.