Welcome to issue 100 of Happy Cow's Weekly Moos! Finally it has come after an inordinately long time dilly dallying around in the nervous nineties! Our apologies for a break in publishing while some unforseen life circumstances meant that Pete, who is our main voluntary web wizard, was unable to spend time on the site for a few weeks. As Lennon once wrote 'life is what happens when you're busy making other plans'. We have a nice little back-log of articles to share with you over the next few weeks. So watch this space. :-)
Caravan of Love
In the video below. Pete sings the Isley Brothers classic 'Caravan of Love' (also famously covered by The Housemartins) for no reason at all. Once again Pete is joined by Life is Wobbly star Ruby Jenkyns. Enjoy!
Come and sing along ...
Somewhere a Bell Rings
Somewhere the sun is rising deep in my heart or into the burning branches of a tree. Somewhere these dust drops have been given names, a palace where all are silent. Come and join Simon Drew for another mesmerising thought dance.
Ding Dong! ...
The Law of Attraction in Three Words
This is where it all began back in 2009! The first ever article published on the Happy Cow Website and still one of the favourites among our readers. If you haven't read it before, come and have a chuckle with us, and if you have - once more for old time's sake!
See where it all began ...
All New Daily Moos!!!
Don't forget that you can give yourself a little pick-me-up every day by visiting the all new Happy Cow's Daily Moos page. New quotes and videos are being added regularly, and there are now over 260 moos in the collection.
Well, why didn't you say so? ...
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Have a onehundredalicions week, jolly bovine chums!
The Happy Cow Newsletter Team :-)
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