Welcome to issue 97 of Happy Cow's Weekly Moos! This week we are not apologising for anything. But just in case you were looking forward to one of our creative excuses, here's one anyway. The Archbishop of Cantebury stole our Lego and we spent a week and a half chasing him around a small copse until finally retrieving it when he tripped over a sickly-looking badger.
Judith Froemming is kind enough to grace our presence once more with a lyrical reminder about trust.
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Inge from Copenhagen writes into Happy Cow with a question considering eternity and the present moment.
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More wonderful word whirlpools from the astonishing thought mover and mind shaker, Simon Drew
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Random Quotes - A. A. Milne
This week we feature the Random Quotes Generator page of the profound creator of everyone's favourite honey-loving bear and his Hundred Acre woodland chums, A. A. Milne. Oooh hoo hoo hoooo!
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Blast from the Past - Warm or Cold?
For those of you who are new to Happy Cow, we have decided to include a random article from the archives. Those of you who have been with us since the beginning, thank you so very much and you may have seen this before!
Read Warm or Cold ...
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 far out week, fellow idea collections!
The Happy Cow Newsletter Team :-)
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