Thursday, July 17, 2008

And my arm fell asleep in there.










So I am pretty sure I was thrilled to do this. Little did we all know that it was capable to shove your entire arm up a cow's rear end and feel life. Not just poop and a rectum and hip bones, but real life. A baby. I reached my arm in and felt a baby. Now I understand why my dad kept saying the lovely and catchy word sphincter. Anyway. As I was feeling the baby my heart was pounding and despite the fact that my face was against a cow's butt and I had crap on my face from the cow whipping me, I really was truly touched by feeling an unborn baby. Ya I know lame, but I dont think I could have appreciated a cow as much as I do now, had I not had that experience. (Not that cow appreciation is on anyone's to-do list). My dad went up about 20 notches on my notch meter for cool people. He went to school for this, hence his terminology expertise. How cool would it be if I was a preg-checking chick with a degree? Career change? Maybe I'll just marry a rancher like my dad jokes about, and then I'll be set for preg-checking the REST of my life. Dream come true? Of course.

5 comments:

Kaneeneenie said...

did the cow really not care that you were up in there???

Brittany said...

oh the cow cared. She did what my dad called 'push you out with her rectum'. and my arm fell asleep and she kept slamming her body into me, and tried to kick me, hence why i was so far behind her.

Burnhams said...

um, that's kind of cool, but really sick! I don't know if I could do that. You are good.

shannon said...

thats cool, did you have to lube your glove first? Its really amazing feeling the baby calf.

LaDue & Crew said...

OMG! Visiting via PW's site... your post is hysterical!! My arm feels strangely tight and sore after seeing this....

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