No honey, that's a seagull...Fantastic Celeste moment in 1998 when she was taken down to Lake Monger for an outing. She was out on the grass, ducks and swan milling around gawking at her loveliness. It was all fairly overwhelming for Celeste and she was wide eyed and staying quite close to me.
A guy ran by with his toddler in a pusher (stroller) and his little girl hung out the side and said, "Daddy, a chicken!". He did the usual thing that parents do, imagining his daughter was having a three year old moment and said in a patient yet tired tone, "No honey, that's a seagull". He glanced over and then did a huge double take, head swiveling wildly, staring back at Celeste, "No you're right, that IS a chicken!" and kept running, still staring behind himself.
It was quite a day for Celeste as to get to the lake we first went through the drive through at a world famous chicken take away restaurant. Celeste was on my lap and the girl working the drive through service was giggling herself silly as Celeste peered up at her. Celeste enjoyed some bread and a bit of a chip as she made her debut at the lake later on.
Just another day in the life of a chicken princess in Suburbhenia.
|Celeste - clucky at 5 months old. November 1996|
You took your chicken to Lake Monger - that is fabulous!! Love the father doing a double take.ReplyDelete
Haha! I didn't know this and think it is so you!!! Why not take your pet chickens to Lake Monger. I have driven past Lake Monger every day for 20 years (as you know) and seen many birds but never a chicken!! I will have to look out for you!ReplyDelete