52 Weeks of Color Challenge: Cream

My mother grew up on a dairy farm and actually really liked milking cows.  One of my sisters had a passionate wish to be a farmer, and so my mother dutifully took her down to the dairy farm so she could get to know the animals that she would be working with one day. Having lived on a farm for most of her life, she definitely knew the cure for a farming passion!

So as you can imagine, my sister got a whiff of what farm animals smell like. And the dream of being a farmer died a swift and ignominious death.

I am sure these adorable SL cows are as sweet-smelling as the field of flowers around them. And what would we do without cream? Ice cream, whipped cream, chowder, sour cream, the world just wouldn’t be as pleasurable without them. So thank you dear cows, even if you don’t smell like roses we are still glad you are around!


Hair: [ 69 ] OLIVIA 03 – Chestnut –

Sweater: Baku cream knitted cardi

Pants: fri.day – Trouser (cream)

Necklace: salt. vintage mixed pearls


Location: Dimrill Dale

9 thoughts on “52 Weeks of Color Challenge: Cream

  1. Ygrey Auer

    Eliza, you’re so pretty!
    Preciosa foto.

  2. samayalin

    Beautiful picture and cute cows!

  3. Rudhmellowen

    Heyyyyy can I come and live on your farm too… I am a cow!!!!

  4. gilliangalicia

    I grew up on a dairy farm, too! Lovely shot, Eliza. You look fabulous!

  5. Anichka Savira

    You look adorable! I love that the one cow looks suspicious of you, like hrm…is she going to try to tip me?

  6. Nicandra Laval

    Nice story Eliza.. and i love your outfit !!!
    greetings Nic

  7. usuallyblonde

    Gorgeous look. I love the smell of cows; it’s so familiar and comforting, although at my house I only have room for cats and dogs!

  8. Laila Laperriere

    Great post pretty lady. Dont forget the coffee mate french vanilla creamer for your morning cup of java. That is something I could not do without. Ahhh, lifes little pleasures =) xoxo

  9. ayakofirecaster

    Great pic! And what a neat little bit of your history to go along with it.