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Happy Cow Videos from Functional Rustic

I’ve recently made a new friend, MsLuckyDuck. When she was a kid she had the privilege of living with a beautiful white, blind cow with blue eyes. Recalling her stories I immediately thought of her when I came across these videos of dancing cows.

I hope you enjoy the videos as much as I did.

Did you know that cows can dance? Did you know cows can skip?

Written by Sarah Palmer – Owner, Functional Rustic

 

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9 thoughts on “Happy Cow Videos from Functional Rustic

  1. I wouldn’t have thought cows could dance or skip or they’d be that excited … they were frisky like Spring lambs.

  2. I know, right!? The videos show animals being blissfully happy. Gotta love anytime you can see any creature truly expressing joy.

  3. I know – we could take lessons from them couldn’t we Sarah? Some of those baby goat videos in Springtime kicking up their heels I have seen are sweet as well.

  4. Haha, indeed Linda. Your mention of goats makes me want to find videos of the screaming goats / fainting goats. Are you familiar with them?

  5. Yes, they are hysterical aren’t they – especially when they just stand in one position and scream at the top of their lungs for no apparent reason.

  6. My husband is a substitute teacher and he said almost the exact same thing about his work day yesterday. Hahahaha.

  7. Ha ha … and the school year is relatively young unfortunately – I hate to ask if they are young kids or teens he is teaching – as a substitute teacher it could be any age/grade level?

  8. He does all grade levels but the comment was referencing some 2nd graders. Ha. He is a social studies teacher normally, but with schools dropping civics classes and social studies classes he is only able to substitute teach at this time.

  9. I can see how 2nd graders might be a little frustrating sometimes. I didn’t know schools were dropping civics and social studies, and during an election year – that is when we studied politics, etc. for civics class. I have a friend I graduated high school with and she was the head of the Sonography Department at St. John’s Hospital for decades. She retired the end of 2017, only to work two part-time jobs … on in a free women’s clinic as an x-ray technician, and the other was as a substitute teacher. Her daughter-in-law is a principal in one of the Grosse Pointe Schools and suggested she apply for the job for a “general” substitute and she got the position (guess it helped to know someone as well). She really likes it and has only had young kids so far – she never had any kids so this was a treat for her interacting with them.

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