The Toddler has developed his own code names for the two farms we frequent most. Drumlin is the “Owl Farm,” for its rehabilitated birds on display that the Toddler is so fond of. Codman is known as the “Donkey Farm” for reasons I think we’ve already covered. The two farms are close to each other and have a lot of the same animals, not to mention a lot of the same letters in their names and the same number of syllables. Frankly, I was getting them confused myself. This makes it easier.
The Toddler was excited about going to the Owl Farm today, it being farmshare day and all, except he called it the “owlshare.”
Mmmmmmm, owlshare. What a great idea! They offer three different varieties of owl, no less. Hawk, too. I wonder if it would be PYO? If so, I would steer clear of the Great Horned Owl. He doesn’t let you out of his sight for even one second. (Aren’t you supposed to be sleeping? It’s daytime.) The tiny, napping Screech Owl would be easier to catch, although it’s going to be slim pickings when he gets divided up 45 ways.
Owlshare. If only. Personally, I had my eye on the pheasant.