|Check out the eyelashes on this little one!|
you've got the cutest little baby face
there ain't nobody can ever take your place
you baby face
my poor hearts jumping
you started something
cuz I just fell in love with your
pretty pretty baby face.
If Randy is feeling ornery, he makes it his mission to begin the earworm process. Maybe he'll hum "Take Me Home, Country Roads" under his breath. Or "The Long and Winding Road." Gee, thanks, honey!
Usually, my brain continues to sing along after I get out of the car and the radio quits playing. Or after the final hymn is sung at church. Or when an advertising jingle refuses to go away after the 60-second commercial is long gone.
TV and radio ads are a common source of earworms. Advertisers do their best to compose jingles or short songs they hope will turn into earworms. If they succeed, that means they have done their job to get customers to remember their restaurant, breakfast cereal, or other product. Another advertising strategy is to add classical or pop music that has already gained fame. For example, Bob Seger’s hit song “Like a Rock” was the theme song for Chevy trucks for many years.
from the article, Your Brain on Music
I'm a sucker for a catchy tune ... and for cute little bovine babies. Thankfully, this tourist spot doesn't charge admission for the photos or the incidental music playing in my head.
(I'd better not say that too loud. Todd and Tye may start charging us in a "pay-per-view" plan.)
I couldn't resist this little one. Check out the milk mustache!
I have always been a sucker for babies with facial markings.
But, in these days when we strive not to offend anyone, I decided to feature another cute face, sans markings.
This little one wasn't ready for any paparazzi. Snack time is much more important.
We watched this poor mama with three babies trying to nurse off her at the same time.
Only one of them was hers. Maybe she had the song, "Crazy," going around in her head.
Well I have most certainly fallen in love with these baby faces. The white claf with her Mum is gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Joc and I had a day in the country, yesterday and spent lots of time oohing and aahing over grazing cattle.
They are awfully cute!Delete