So, you can probably imagine her absolute delight at the anticipation of her project at school today. Today was the day to dissect owl pellets. Translation: dig through dried owl poop to pick out the bones of whatever the owl had eaten.
Ew. It physically makes me get that shudder and shiver just to type all that. But Beth? Delighted. De. Light. Ed.
She found two skulls. One with a tooth attached. And ribs. And pretty much a complete skeleton. And she was thrilled.
These things don't interest me in the least. I know that owls eat mice and stuff. I know that mice and stuff have bones. I have no desire to see them. I get absolutely zero thrill of discovery at that. But Beth? Ooooh. She carefully wrapped them up in a paper towel and brought them home so we could all enjoy it.
So if I
And one final note on this baby girl. When I picked her up today, she said that for some reason her eyes were all red and puffy and itchy. I think that some reason has something to do with the rain finally taking a break. And now we have that beautiful sunshine. Hello, allergies. Welcome back.