For anyone else who is as idiotic as the secretary at my appointment this morning.
Random people keep asking, “What are you doing for the 4th?” (Because my life is their business and it’s unAmerican if I don’t say grillin’ drinkin’ and blowing 💩 up)
I say, “I’ll be telling my cat she isn’t going to die as she cowers behind the toilet.”
The secretary:”Oh, yea, mah dogs FREAK out I aughta put them in the basement cause they try to dig out of their pen, but the cats…Huh. Maybe I aughta bring them in. I bet they’re shittin’ themselves.”
“Kill da wabbit! Kill da wabbit!”
We won’t be killing any wabbits, just sniffing really hard at them through the open window. This is day two of a wabbit appearing in the yard. This one seems slightly smaller than yesterday’s, but I can’t be sure. We won’t wish the wabbits any harm unless they decide that my garden is just an elaborate salad bar.
A feathered acquaintance I encountered this week did not have the same wabbit killing westrictions.
I went to school because I still needed to clean my classroom, file some things etc… I headed for the shadiest parking spot and saw this guy or gal(?) enjoying wabbit fricassee for lunch in the parking lot. It ignored my parked car and kept on chewing as I approached. This is another instance of me getting closer than I probably should to a large bird. However the most attention I got was some gleaming yellow side-eye that made me think of the Jaws speech about cold dead doll’s eyes on sharks. By the time I left the building about five hours later, the wabbit was just some fluff, bloody chunks, and a few worm-like intestines.
I am so bad at identifying hawks. This one was massive in size! The best I could come up with was Red-Tailed, but only because its shins were completely white feathers.
I’ve noticed that @wilw Wil Wheaton posts “emergency” pictures of his pets. I’ve interpreted this as an emergency cure to the ridiculousness of the Twitter-verse when “Hell is other people” and politics and daily news is too much.
Emergency Birdie. Cuteness to cure you for days.