After a winter spent cooped up in a barn eating oats and grains, can there be a greater celebration of spring then the sight of Gambolling Cows?
The sheer delight as they surging toward the heady smells of the fresh open air, rejoicing at the uninhibited freedom of the great outdoors, and rediscovering the sheer bliss of personally selecting their own patch of grass on which to graze.
And what better word to describe these awkwardly bovine antics by these less than nimble and normally placid creatures, than the earthy and awkward sounds of “gambol” — to run or jump playfully!
May you embrace the season with all the joyous awkwardness of cows at play.
Happy Gambolling Cow!
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