Lesson 552 – Leaving on a Jet Plane

I’m in a bit of a rush this morning (and yeah, I should probably queue up my posts but where’s the fun and spontaneity in that?) Trevor and I are flying out to Cincinnati in just a few hours for his gymnastics meet. We’ll be there until Sunday (Mother’s Day!)

I have everything we need (including Tupperware to take food back to the hotel – the boy can eat.) I even have my travel books. When I go on long trips, I like to take a bunch of those books that I gave up on about half-way through. Being stuck in an airport and then on a plane makes even a somewhat boring book start to look appealing again.

I finish all those half read books and then leave them along the way with a sticky that says “Please Read Me” for others to find. My own version of a bread crumb trail from home.

I should have internet access but it will be sporadic. Please be patient with posts, they will get up (and trust me, if there is something, anything to do with a chicken in Cincinnati, I’ll find it and will report back.)

For now, I leave you with a chicken who thinks she is a puppy.

And a newly shaven puppy who thinks he is a rat.

Cheers, I know it’s not Friday but – health and happiness (and safety) to your (and my) flocks.

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2 responses to “Lesson 552 – Leaving on a Jet Plane

  1. Lee Laughlin

    Good Luck Trevor!!! Safe travels. How is the ailing chick doing? Are finals done?

  2. Have fun! I need to schedule a consult with you and also can I buy some chicken poop for my garden? It will given me a chance to actually meet those chickens!

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