Every day new cow spottings come as a surprise, as I never know when and where they’ll occur (nobody’s handed me a schedule yet). My first cow sighting today happened after breakfast when I heard my oldest say, “Hey mama, take a look this way!” So I did, and this is what I saw:
Haha, thanks, buddy, you’re very funny! Could someone please tell him it’s called April Fool’s Day, not April Fool’s Month?
A few hours later, I was browsing the Legoland California website to gather precious information. You see, we’re thinking about taking a family vacation and the two options we’re considering at this time are Disneyland California and Legoland California. One requires a hotel stay, the other doesn’t. Both parks are not cheap and will bring my kids to levels of energy I’m not sure I can handle. I think either way, I’ll need a vacation by myself after our family vacation!
As I was looking at the Legoland interactive map, I spotted these friendly bovines:
If you don’t believe me, see it for yourself on the Legoland California interactive map, in the top right corner. These cows are strategically placed in green pastures behind the Legoland Resort Hotel. Is that supposed to make me want to stay there overnight? Having witnessed the purchasing power of cows and commented on it in this blog, I wouldn’t be surprised if the Lego people were trying to tell me something. I feel like calling the hotel and asking them if there really are cows in that spot.
Now for my most memorable – and I have to say most disturbing – cow of the day, I have to thank a fellow WordPress blogger at Knotrune, who emailed me this YouTube link earlier today:
I’m not sure I want to smile, laugh, cry, throw up, or else, but I can’t stop watching. This cow video is mesmerizing and only proves one thing. Someone out there is way, way more obsessed about cows than I am!