But a couple of nights work free with the hubby, a couple good cathardic chats with my mom and a friend, and a seriously awesome bath with a bottle of wine, and things are levelling off. At least for now.
In the meantime, my neighbours up the road have had a new display up for the last couple weeks and I am finally able to manage sharing it with you. If you look super duper closely, you'll see that the teacher is a crane, and they are all sitting at bench desks...Yes in fact, a few of them even remembered their backpacks!
Thank you to Zoolander for the answers to life's oddities.
Mrs. Crane: Welcome children to Honk Your Socks Off 101. In today's lesson, we're going to learn about honking etiquette. It is not ok to honk AT humans, but it is ok to honk FOR them.
Goose 1: But what if the human runs out of bread crumbs? Don't they deserve a good honking?
Mrs. Crane: Ah Goose 1. Good point, however, if the human has already shared bread crumbs with you or your friends, then it's unfair to chastise them. In order to ensure you get a second opportunity at bread with that human, you're going to have to give a little. Remember this, just swim away in a circle, honking once you're a safe distance from them.
Goose 1: Yes, Mrs. Crane.
Goose 2: But what if they're only sharing their bread with another goose? That's totally not fair. I'm hungry too!
Mrs. Crane: Another good point. But if you want any bread at all, you'll be wise to remember that making a big stink and scaring one may in fact result in you getting some bread, but it is also more likely that you'll scare them away, and no one will get any.
Goose 2: Yes Mrs. Crane.
Mrs. Crane: Are their any other questions before we get on with today's lesson?
Goose 3: I have one Mrs. Crane. If we can't honk at them for not giving us bread, can we crap on their cars?