Ruthie and Felicity had a big day planned. It involved black and white and spots……can you guess what it is?
When I got up this morning they were getting ready….
“How do I look Felicity?” asked Ruthie.
“MoooooooMoooo” teased Felicity.
“Do I really have to wear the mask? it smashes my curls!”
“If you don’t wear it we will have to paint your nose black” Felicity stated matter of factly. “Do you want to carry the sign or can I?”
“Mmm, you can wear it.” said Ruthie absentmindedly as she stared at her nose trying to decide if she wanted it painted or not. “I guess the mask would look better” she decided.
“Let me help you adjust it” Felicity offered.
“Ta-Da!” They said, as they turned around for me to get a picture of them all dressed up.
I had a feeling they didn’t want to wait until later in the day, so we all got in the truck and headed off to Chick-fil-A.
I offered to help but they wanted to order for themselves.
“Can we get a sandwich or is it too early for that?” inquired Felicity.
“You can get either breakfast menu items or lunch…but lunch will take a few more minutes to make.” replied the cashier.
Felicity decided she wanted the deluxe sandwich. Ruthie didn’t like cheese and tomatoes, so she just got the classic sandwich.
They thanked the cashier and hopped down to go get some condiments.
“Do we need spoons? forks? Straws?” asked Felicity.
“No we are just getting sandwiches. We just need some sauces.” replied Ruthie.
They waited back at the table for their order. “EAt more Chicken!!!” called Ruthie waving her flag. (They were swapping out who held the flag and it was Ruthie’s turn.)
Then the order came….oooo how exciting! They were so hungry! I asked them to look at me for a picture but they were distracted by the food….
It isn’t polite to take pictures of people while they are eating, plus I was hungry too. So I got one more picture then I ate my sandwich too. We had a lovely time and look forward to Cow appreciation day next year!!
The cow outfits were made with vintage McCall’s doll pattern number 4401. The “Eat moRe Chikin” sign was made with Quirky girl embroidery font from Designs by Juju. The Cow masks were made using my Silhouette. I can post a tutorial for that if anyone is curious 🙂
Felicity and Ruthie want to know how many other people went to Cow Appreciation day? Let them know in the comments if you have!