Welcome to issue 99 of Happy Cow's Weekly Moos! Cricketers around the world will be willing us to hang in there for next week.
The Twelve Days of Christmas
Happy Cow founder Pete Hughes helps us get in the festive spirit as he sings The Twelve Days of Christmas, like a great big idot, with help from Little Laughing Buddha, Tigger, Buttons the Pony, Mister T. Shoe, Grandma Pete, Patrick O'Bother and Jean-Claude Malheureux.
Come and laugh along with us ...
For Your Elation
We are jolly bovine happy to welcome the first lyrical adventure into the Happy Pasture of wonderful artist Tonje Moe Pettersen.
Read more ...
Random Quotes - Louisa May Alcott
If there are any Little Women reading this week, they may be especially pleased to hear that we are featuring the Random Quote Generator of extra-ordinary American author Louisa May Alcott.
Go random! ...
Blast from the Past - Death Bed
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 Death Bed ...
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 hatter-mad week, fellow mind clouds!
The Happy Cow Newsletter Team :-)
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