I thought I was going to visit a nice farm. Kept following the signs saying Cowes, and thought I'd be there in time to watch the milking.
I got horrible lost though, and after asking the local Policeman, much to my embarrassment, I discovered that it wasn't milking cows I was going to at all, but a different Cows altogether . . . it was Cowes on the Isle of Wight!!
After my butler arrived with the helicopter to escort me home, I saw the post about your cunning plan to lay a false road outside my house, for me to follow.
I hope you are suitable ashamed of yourself. Misleading a lovely lady like moi, making me goes hundreds of miles out of my way and getting lost.
Revenge will be sweet, I can assure you. Keep looking over your shoulder young man!
I must say I am relieved to see things have calmed down in here after the appalling behaviour in here today.
I thought long and hard about the men's behaviour whilst I was driving today, and arrived at the conclusion it is because of the time of year.
Most male creatures are extra active each spring.
It is the time of year when their sap rises, they can't help it, it is nature's way of preparing them for the breeding season ahead. (Rather like the autumn rut for Stags
I will adjust their medication tonight, and with luck, we will have more in the way of acceptable behaviour in future.
Sap was rising all day yesterday, a few more days to go and we will blossom into beautiful specimens that you women just love to adore.