What would it mean if this were your husbands new favorite song? I’m not sure….
Good heavens, I really do know how to spell song!
Love this rendition of the old sons, “Buffalo Gals”, though I wouldn’t fancy being called a heifer…lol
Oh girls this conversation is getting really funny! LOL I’m not 60 but I would have to agree with Janie…I wouldn’t mind being call a pretty little heifer as long as I knew he loved me and it was said in a joking kind of fun way. The older you get the more things can change a round and sound a whole lot nicer! I myself never did like a man to call me his old lady especially when I was younger! But now that I’m a little older I had still better not hear it! LOL
LOL .. I can almost hear that conversation !! I bet he had a big smile on his face !!
My late husband called me that once, and he found out why I alway kept a two by four behind the kitchen door.
Very cute little song Stacy… thank you for sharing….So does your husband really think that you are a heifer? LOL I’m sure that you are the apple of his eye. I’m hoping to see you once again at Springfield,Mo. at the HorseFest
Well, he laughed but I told him that calling me a ‘pretty little heifer’ wouldn’t go well….so he didn’t really call me one as much as ask me if it really would bother me (I said YES!) lol
I grew up listening to these old western songs, and love them all. This is a great update! You’re right, I’m not sure I’d like being called a heifer, either 🙂
I’m 60. Being called a “heifer” would positively make me swoon. 30 years ago – not so much.
LOL! That is so funny! I love it!
these guys are great1 Thanks for sharing!
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